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As Academic advisors, we partner with each student to provide assistance that will equip and challenge them to develop a personalized, and practical educational plan which will enable them to envision, foster and build a foundation to work towards their academic and professional goals.
We listen to questions and concerns •Provide a safe and inclusive space •Guide exploration of curriculum •Help with timely degree progress •Encourage, guide and support development of realistic goals and educational plans •Provide information and strategies for utilizing university resources and services •Help with career goals. •Maintain confidentiality.
For more on student milestones and recommendations, please reference our Advising Syllabus.
The BME Undergraduate Advisor assists students with course selection, schedule planning, hold removal, degree checks, GE advising, research positions, and planning for graduate/professional school, for internships and for careers as well as general advice. Use appointments.ucdavis.edu. M-F, 9 - 5 via Zoom.
Faculty Advisors in each specialization are available for specific questions regarding elective courses, research opportunities, graduate school and careers.
To ensure that Engineering students meet with their undergraduate advisor at least once per year, an advising registration hold is placed on a student’s record.
To clear these advising holds, students must meet with their advisor before the Hold deadline which can be found on their Home page in Oasis.
In preparation for your appointment, please save a draft Academic Plan for the next 3 quarters in Oasis. Uncleared holds will affect registration and schedule changes.
The College of Engineering Undergraduate Office (EUO) in 1050 Kemper Hall also has staff advisors available Monday through Friday from 1 p.m. to 3 pm https://engineering.advisingfrontdesk.lsit.ucdavis.edu/signin
- Degree checks and certification
- Options for managing academic difficulty
- Dismissal appeals
- Transfer evaluation, credit, course equivalencies
- Minimum progress
- General education
- Concurrent/simultaneous enrollment
- Pre-graduate advising