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Academic Advising at the University of Delaware is a shared practice
throughout the institution that supports teaching, mentoring and
learning. Collaborative relationships among students, faculty advisors,
and professional advisors support students' development and achievement
of their educational goals.
As a UD student, your academic advisor is available to help you select
courses, choose or switch your major, explore careers or graduate
education, and make sure you're on track to complete your degree
requirements. You are encouraged
to visit your Advisor whenever you need
assistance with your academic program.
Your advisor can:
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The advising relationship is a two-way street. As an advisee, you
must actively contribute in order for the relationship to work.
As an advisee you should:
In addition to your faculty advisor, The College of Arts and Sciences
Academic Services office (your Dean's Office) offers student advising by
dedicated CAS advisors daily from 11-5 pm. The UAS office is located
in 109 Mitchell Hall (302-831-3020)
You can read more about advising here: CAS Academic Advisement
Frequently Asked Questions