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Appointments are 30 minutes and are available weekdays from 9:00 a.m. to 4:00 p.m. Monday through Friday. Appointments can be booked up to two weeks ahead of time, and advanced booking is recommended.
Should you be unable to schedule within available hours, please contact the advising office to review other possible options.
We prefer students meet with us in person whenever possible. However, for students who are out-of-state, studying online or unable to travel to campus, phone appointments may be arranged using the online appointment scheduling system.
Yes! In order for you and your advisor to make the best use of your appointment time, we request that you review your DARS report and major map and that you bring a list of questions.
DARS stands for “Degree Audit Reporting System (DARS).” This is the system ASU uses to track your progress toward degree requirements. You can access your DARS report from your MyASU page. Follow the instructions here to run and interpret your report.
Any time you want! If you are a freshman or transfer student, you are required to seek advising before you are able to schedule your classes. You also might be required to meet with advising for academic status or critical tracking issues. But you can also come see us for any academic questions, including degree requirements, selecting classes, academic success strategies, or locating campus resources and opportunities.
We’ll be sorry to see you go, but we understand that sometimes students’ plans change. Please schedule an appointment with an academic advisor in the department that offers the new major. They can help you figure out if it’s a good fit for you and explain your new degree requirements. The new advisor will be the one to change your major.
First, check to make sure you meet the criteria set forth by the College and Liberal Arts and Sciences to pursue a concurrent degree. You can find that information here. If you meet the criteria, your next step is to schedule appointments with advisors from both majors to review requirements and complete the necessary paperwork.