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Advising and Resources Center


Reaching “Success” as an undergraduate student in the College of Science and Mathematics can be made less complicated and daunting through the guidance of an advisor under the Advising and Resources Center (ARC). We understand for many students life can bring about new experiences, demands, and challenges. The guidance received from an ARC advisor will help each student address obstacles and challenges along the path as he or she completes their undergraduate degree.

Advisors and advisees will enjoy an advising process that is continual during a student’s undergraduate years. During this process, students will be empowered to maximize their potential through reflection on their own interests, skills, aptitudes, and values that will help each individual construct an academic course of action for both on-campus and off-campus related activities.

ARC advisors are readily available to all students majoring in one of the degree programs under the College of Science and Mathematics - listed below with an active link. Requirements for upper and lower-division G.E. are also listed; however, students should meet with an ARC advisor to ensure proper selection of coursework will count toward major requirements. Selecting incorrect courses for G.E. could cost students an additional semester(s).