Academic Advising

Is this your first year at ASU?
First-year students (not including new transfer students or online students) receive advising support in Armstrong Hall.

First-year advising

We take advising seriously! Students are encouraged to meet regularly with an advisor to help plan their course of study or if they are facing difficulties in their classes.

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Tempe Campus Students

Tempe Campus Students

Please use the button below to schedule an advising appointment.

Limited in-person appointments are available based on the availability of on-site advising staff and the required space needed to ensure physical distancing. Students and staff will be required to wear a face-covering and should maintain physical distancing of at least 6 feet.

Schedule an appointment

If you have questions, call 480-965-6978

Tempe Campus Undergraduate students:
advisor@asu.edu

ASU Online Students

ASU Online Students

Schedule an appointment

If you are a graduate student in need of advising, please contact gradadvisingsanford@asu.edu

If you have questions, call 480-965-6978

Online Undergraduate Students:
onlineadvisor@asu.edu

Prospective Online Graduate Students:
graduatesanford@asu.edu

Current Online Graduate Students:
gradadvisingsanford@asu.edu

Resources

When should I see an advisor?

Prepare for your appointment

  • Review your:
    • Degree requirements by reading the relevant portions of the ASU Catalog
    • DARS. You are accountable for your degree requirements.
    • Course descriptions and prerequisites BEFORE your appointment

Bring your:

  • Sun Card (Driver's License or government-issued ID are accepted)
  • List of questions
  • Tentative class schedule if you want to discuss registration
  • Pen and paper to take notes

Advisors