EMS Advising

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Advising

Advisors for students in the College of EMS include academic advisors, coaches, and faculty advisors.

 

New Freshman Academic Advisors and Coaches

Academic Advisors and Coaches are assigned to new freshman in all engineering programs and the computer science program. Your advisor is available to assist you with a variety of topics, including registration advice, degree progress checks, academic planning, course selection, major selection and exploration, time management and study skills, and locating campus resources. Your advisor can also help you with transitioning to college.

Students who are assigned to an academic advisor and coach may consult with faculty advisors in their specific major.

New Freshman in the Chemistry, Mathematics and Sustainability and Renewable Energy Systems programs will be assigned a faculty advisor in their major.

 

Faculty Advisors

Faculty advisors are assigned to new freshman in the Chemistry, Mathematics and Sustainability and Renewable Energy Systems programs and sophomore, junior and senior students in the College of Engineering, Mathematics and Science.

Faculty advisors can assist you with advanced registration advice, degree progress checks, academic planning, course selection, major selection, career exploration, and locating campus resources. All students are required to meet with a faculty advisor at least one-time each semester.

 

College of EMS Academic Coaching

There are multiple places on campus where you may seek additional advising services such as the College of EMS Student Success Programs, Student Support Services, International Student and Scholar Services Office of Multicultural Student Affairs, Wright Center for Non-Traditional and Veteran Students.
 
The College of EMS Student Success Programs staff provide students optional academic coaching to assist with navigating within the College of Engineering, Mathematics and Science and the campus. The staff can introduce students to STEM Study Skills, help students to increase their academic and industry networks, provide programming focused on success in STEM courses, assist students in preparing to obtain employment, provide academic planning and coaching, and assist with overall STEM student success strategies.