The AAH Advising Center works with Undeclared students to explore academic programs and requirements while they work to decide what major they want to declare. The Advising Center also offers resources for declared majors for curriculum and career planning. The main role of AAH Academic Advisors is to guide Undeclared students' academic planning and refer them to appropriate campus resources as they explore their major options.
Fall 2014 advising for Undeclared students will be October 6 – October 31.
Fall 2014 Advising Events
The AAH Advising Center is hosting mandatory informational sessions for Undeclared students interested in:
At these sessions, you will receive important information related to application deadlines and quotas, GPA requirements, coursework, and back up majors. Advisors from these majors will be leading the sessions and will be available for questions.
Please RSVP here.
Major Mentor Night
The AAH Advising Center’s Major Mentor Night connects students who want to explore different majors with trained peer mentors who represent the University’s wide variety of degree programs. If you are an Undeclared student, you are required to attend one of the Major Mentor Nights in order to be released to register for classes.
Fall 2014 Major Mentor Night dates
Dinner will be provided. Please RSVP here.