Academic Advising for Declared Neuroscience Students

The Neuroscience Major Advising Office takes a holistic approach to advising. Neuroscience advisors are here to discuss academic-related topics (e.g. career goals, academic progress, future courses, research). Additionally, advisors can help students connect to valuable opportunities and resources on and off campus that will support your wellness as well as your overall development as a scholar, professional, and leader.

All declared Neuroscience students are assigned an academic advisor. Outside of drop-in advising, students are required to meet and communicate with their assigned advisor. Your advisor will be responsible for lifting your mandatory advising registration block. Please refer to the links below to learn more about Neuroscience advising requirements and opportunities.

Please note: During the Fall 2021 semester, all advising services will be available both virtually and in-person during regular business hours.

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