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Our team of full-time undergraduate advisors is committed to making your educational experience the best it can be. We'll help design educational plans so students in each of our majors can connect to co-curricular opportunities and reach their academic goals.
Schedule a 30-minute appointment with an undergraduate academic advisor for:
Email us for routine advising questions. Include your student ID and detailed information about your question or situation. We will respond within 2–5 business days. DO NOT email to schedule an appointment. To schedule an appointment, use the online scheduler or call our office at 480-727-6277.
If you cannot make your appointment, please cancel it and notify our office as soon as possible so another student can use that time.
After a second missed appointment, you will not be allowed to schedule an appointment through our online system. You must be contact the advising office by phone at (480) 727-6277 or in person. Your appointment will be limited to a 15-minute express appointment. The number of missed appointments per student resets to zero at the beginning of each semester.
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Your 30-minute advising appointment will be held in the undergraduate advising office. To schedule an in-person appointment, call (480) 727-6277 or click the Schedule Now button. Use your student ID to log in. You will be asked to create a user name and password.
*Note: If you are more than 15 minutes late to your advising appointment, you must reschedule your appointment.
Steps to schedule an advising appointment for online students
Your 30-minute advising appointment will take place on the phone unless you request an in-person appointment.
You must have access to a computer and your My ASU account during your appointment.
All appointments are scheduled in MST (Mountain Standard Time)
If you are an international student who is not physically on campus, call (480) 727-6277 to schedule a 30-minute appointment and provide us with your preferred phone* number or Skype username.
To schedule an appointment on campus, click on the Schedule Now button. Use your student ID to log in. You will be asked to create a user name and password.
Note: If you are more than 15 minutes late to your advising appointment, you must reschedule your appointment.
*If you do not receive a phone call within five minutes of your appointment time, call (480) 727-6277 and we will address the delay.
Walk-in and Express advising appointments are for:
Schedule 30-minute appointments for:
Express advising appointments start Monday, Aug. 27
Schedule same-day, express advising appointments in our office during the following times:
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