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Academic Advising Appointments


Guides Undergraduate Advising Center assigned students on scheduling appointments and advising guidelines within our office.

Applies to: 

All students that are assigned to the Undergraduate Advising Center. To find your assigned advisor follow the steps found here.

Policy Statement: 

Students may schedule appointments with an Undergraduate Advising Center advisor by using their MyKU portal scheduler or by calling the front desk. (785-864-2834)  Learn how here. Appointments cannot be made via email.

If students arrive more than 10 minutes late for an advising appointment, they will be asked to reschedule.

Students can be seen on a walk-in basis within the guidelines found here.

Students must schedule appointments ahead of time (at least one day in advance) to discuss future semester enrollment.

Students schedule 30-minute appointments for general academic advising. Sixty-minute appointments are typically scheduled for students on Academic Probation or Financial warning, and/or if they want to complete a graduation plan, and/or discuss major exploration. To see the different kind of appointments available click here.


Students who do not follow the guidelines above may be required to reschedule their appointments or to schedule additional appointments.


Undergraduate Advising Center
Summerfield Hall Room 315

1300 Sunnyside Ave
Lawrence, KS 66045-7594
(785) 864-2834


Approved by: 
Director, Undergraduate Advising Center
Approved on: 
Wednesday, August 30, 2017
Effective on: 
Thursday, August 31, 2017
Review Cycle: 
Annual (As Needed)
academic advising, appointments, Undergraduate Advising Center, advising, advisor
Change History: 

08/31/2017: Changes made by the Undergraduate Advising Center Communications Coordinator.

08/30/2017: Policy reviewed by the Director of the Undergraduate Advising Center. 

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