College of Arts and Sciences Advising

Registration for Fall 2022 Courses
Now Open!

If you are a Transfer or Current Student:

1) Meetings via Zoom or In-Person: Sign up for appointments by clicking this link. Look for appointments that show “Multiple Locations Available” under the advisor’s name. Our office is located at 103 Foust Building with directions found here. If you sign up for a Zoom meeting, the link will be emailed to you automatically.

2) Email Advising – Put a schedule together on Schedule Hero and email it to, and we’ll connect you with an advisor from there.

If you are an Incoming Freshman:

1) Emails After SOAR: Email with any questions you may have after you attend SOAR. Please provide your Student ID, major, and any classes you’re interested in taking starting this Fall.

2) Drop-In Zoom: If you have already attended SOAR this summer and you still have questions or concerns, please click this link.

The College of Arts and Sciences Advising Center (CASA) is home to academic advising for first year and transitional students majoring in the College of Arts and Sciences.
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Who We Advise

CASA advises all students in the College of Arts and Sciences with 29 or fewer earned credit hours. All other students are advised in their major departments.

Instructions for finding your advisor are found here.

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What We Do

CASA’s mission is to support first year students in their transition to a college environment and to teach individuals how to navigate their degree requirements. We help students plan out their semesters, learn how to register, fill out graduation plans, and how to find additional resources on campus.

Where to Find Us

We are located in Suite 103 in the Julius Foust building.

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Customize Your Education

Students in the College of Arts and Sciences have several opportunities available to them to customize their education. From choosing their general education requirements, to deciding what language to take, to deciding whether to double major or take on minors, your academic plan can be as unique as you are. Because of this, CASA offers several services to help students map out their academic careers. We invite you to explore those services and hope that these resources will benefit you in your advising appointments.