Undergraduate Advising is located in the CBE Undergraduate Center for Student Advancement (CSA) in Rauch Business Center (RBC 385).
This advisor is one of the most valuable resources in the educational process, not only to assist in making academic selections to match the student's particular background, interests, and future objectives, but also to identify program options, to work out an academic pace, and to develop career planning strategies. The advisor will help to identify other resources and support systems available at the university, such as the Counseling Center
and the Office of Career Services,
and the various supports available through the Dean of Students Office
- Students who have not yet declared their majors are advised by the Undeclared Student Advising Team in the CSA.
- Each student who has declared a major is advised by a faculty member within his or her major department.
Major Mentors serve as an additional resource for undeclared business students during the major exploration and declaration process. The Major Mentors are fellow CBE students in their senior year who are appointed by their academic departments to represent their majors to other students.
A Major Mentor can be available to answer questions posed by an undeclared CBE student and provide information regarding a particular major program, his or her experience in the program and general expectations and standards of the major and the College of Business and Economics. The mentor can also guide students to additional resources for more information about a CBE major and how to declare.