Mandatory Advising Program
Students are encouraged to meet with their advisors at any time with questions or concerns about academics or progress toward their degree. At certain points in every student’s academic career, they are required to meet with an advisor to continue attending classes. Students who do not meet with an advisor at these times will have an academic hold placed on their records, preventing them from registering for future semesters.
First Year Milestone Advising
Because interacting with an academic advisor early in your university career leads to college success and completion, we require that new first year students meet with an advisor at their first semester.
Students admitted as new freshman and who are in their first semester of enrollment at the UAC are required to meet with an advisor at their first semester.
No completion of First Year advising: May 15th for Spring admitted students or November 15th for Fall admitted students, a registration hold will be placed on your record preventing you from registering for following semesters.
Undeclared with 60+ Credits
Students with 60+ credit hours and at least 2 prior terms of enrollment who have not yet declared a major are required to meet with their major advisor in the Academic Advising Center.
Transition to Salt Lake Campus
Students applying for transitioning to SL must meet with their advisor for filing transition form.
Academic advising is a learning process and partnership between the student and advisor. So that you can participate in this learning experience:
- Log into Campus Information Systems (CIS), click on "My Degree Dashboard", generate and review your Degree Audit. You and your advisor will discuss your Degree Audit in your appointment.
- Bring ideas for your class schedule.
- Compile a list of your questions.
- Ensure your AP, IB and concurrent enrollment credits have been posted. View instructions to post credit.