The College of Education and Human Development is committed to providing you with effective academic advisement and we encourage you to take advantage of the support services our College has to offer.
Your academic advisor and/or advising center can be an invaluable resource to you. It is in your best interest to establish a solid relationship with your advisor, and become familiar with the roles and responsibilities both you and your advisor play.
It is critical that you meet regularly to ensure you’re on track and that your goals and interests are being met. Depending on your classification (Freshman, Sophomore, Junior, Senior), there will be times during each academic year when it may be necessary to visit your advisor. To get the most from your next advisement appointment, check out these helpful hints to help you plan accordingly.
By now, you have been assigned a professional, a faculty academic advisor, or an advisement center depending on your major. Just in case you aren’t sure who your advisor is, you can find out by accessing the UDSIS system. In addition, you can find more information by visiting your department’s advising website.
- UD’s Academic Advisement website
- Human Services and Early Childhood Education Majors should visit the Human Development and Family Studies web site.
- Elementary Teacher Education Majors should visit the School of Education’s website.