1:1 Student Appointments: Due to the limited time you do not need to register the student for classes but further examine unique student needs. The majority of course registration should take place in the registration lab.
Group Student Appointments: Transfer A&O group advising is the time to register a student for classes in addition to further examining the unique student needs. Students do not have an additional registration
FYP and UAA will be putting in the specific student information and scheduling the advising appointment for all departments. If you have any questions, contact FYP at email@example.com.
One week prior to each session you will receive an email informing you that the session has closed and how many (if any) students have signed up for an appointment with your department.
Students that have signed up for your department (individual appt) will be assigned a 30-minute time slot between 1:30 pm - 3:30 pm. A reminder, students have a set time to register in the registration lab immediately following their advising appointment. The registration lab location and time will be on the student’s agenda.
|Individual Advising||Group Advising|
1. Visit Individual Advising Space Document
2. Select one of the following tabs (if you see both declared students as well as pre-major status students you will need to fill out both tabs):
3. Find Your Department: Fill out all the columns prior to “Column B-E” (if column B-G are filled out, skip step):
4. Enter your Availability
Advising appointments take place in 30 minute slots from 1:30 - 3:30 pm. PLEASE BLOCK YOUR CALENDARS FOR THE ENTIRE TWO HOUR PERIOD. In general 1 appointment = 1 student, but this can change.
1.Visit the Group Advising Space Document
2. Go to the Group Advising Tab (Blue)
3. Scheduling Appointments
4. Enter your Availability
Information about Appointments: In general 1 appointment = 1 student, but this can change.
While we make every effort to have transfer students be seen by departmental advisers, this does not always happen during A&O. To ensure that transfer students are completing their advising and registration process during an advising appointment with Undergraduate Academic Advising, we are requesting that departments share information not readily found on websites that is specific for Transfer Students. Please follow these instructions in order to share content. This content is only available to UAA Advising and First Year Programs Professional Staff:
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