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Undergraduate Advising Center

Welcome!

Welcome to the Graduate School of Education’s undergraduate advising center. As you navigate your undergraduate studies, our academic advisors are here to answer questions you may have about university policy and procedures, provide academic advice, and help you achieve your career goals.

We encourage you to review the resources we’ve compiled on this page. Information includes community learning & fieldwork, enrollment deadlines, important forms, processes, and procedures. In addition to academic advising services, our office houses the GSOE student lounge --  a welcoming place within the GSOE home to study, relax, and reset for the next activity in a student’s day. Go Highlanders!

 

Meet Your Advisors

We’re here to help!

Liliana Aguayo

Liliana Aguayo


Academic Advisor

Richard Rangel

Richard Rangel


Academic Advisor

 
Where to Find Us:

We are located in the Education and Public Policy Undergraduate Advising Center in Sproul Hall 1223.

Hours of Operation:

Monday-Friday: 9:00 a.m.-12:00 p.m. and 1:00 p.m. - 4:00 p.m.
Advising hours will be offered weekly Monday-Thursday between the hours of 9:00 a.m. -12:00 p.m. and 1:30 p.m. - 3:30 p.m.

Advising Appointments:

Sessions are offered in 30-minute time slots and can be scheduled here.

Drop-In Advising:

Sessions are offered in 15-minute time slots and will be posted daily in the advising center. Drop-In advising appointments can be made in person at Sproul Hall 1223 and are available on a first come basis.

Here you can access your degree requirements based on your major and concentration choice. All students are also required to complete 40 hours of fieldwork as part of the education major. Learn more here

Community Leadership, Policy, and Social Justice
  • Degree Requirements
  • 4 Year Course Plan
  • 2 Year Transfer Plan
Learning and Behavioral Studies
  • Degree Requirements
  • 4 Year Course Plan
  • 2 Year Transfer Plan
Education Minor
  • Minor Degree Requirements

If you are interested in a change of major or declaring a double major please schedule a one-on-one appointment with us by the end of your Junior year

To declare a minor in education students must be in “Good” academic standing. We also encourage students to complete an education course with a passing grade by the end of their junior year. Students outside of the Education, Society, and Human Development major are advised to speak with your current major advisors for any additional requirements.

  • Minor Degree Requirements
Good Academic Standing

To remain in good academic standing, a student must maintain a GPA of at least 2.00 and make progress toward the degree at a satisfactory rate.

Academic Probation

Students are placed on academic probation if, at the end of any term, their GPA for the term is less than 2.00 or their cumulative GPA, computed on the total of all courses undertaken in the university, is less than 2.00 (“C” average).

Academic Disqualification

Students are subject to disqualification from further registration in the university a) if, at the end of any term, their GPA for that term is less than 1.50 or b) if, after two terms on academic probation, their cumulative GPA, computed on the total of all courses undertaken in the university, is less than 2.00 (“C” average).

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