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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

At the School of Social Transformation student success is our first priority. Our undergraduate and graduate advisors assist you in developing meaningful plans to meet your individual academic, career, and personal goals.

Together with your advisor, you will develop a path to academic excellence and independence in a supportive environment where staff are aware of visible and invisible multicultural identities.

Make an advising appointment

Schedule your advising appointment by calling 480­-965­-7682.
Advisor’s offices are located in Wilson Hall, room 125. The office is open Monday-­Friday, 8 a.m. to 5 p.m. year-­round.
Students who need to cancel or postpone an appointment should call 480­-965-­7682 prior to the scheduled appointment time. A student who is more than 15 minutes late is considered a no show and will need to reschedule their appointment.

Prepare for your appointment

Review:

  • Your curriculum checksheet (available below)
  • Your Degree Audit Report System (DARS): find out what requirements you’ve completed toward graduation by viewing your DARS report on My ASU (Click on “DARS Degree Audit”)

Bring:

  • Your Sun Card (Driver's License or government ­issued ID are accepted)
  • A list of questions you have
  • Proposed class schedule if you want to discuss registration
  • Paper and pen to take notes
Frank A. PiñaAssistant Director, Academic Servicesundergraduate and graduate programs, programs enrollment management, course schedulingfrank.pina@asu.edu
Brianna CasillasGraduate Coordinatormaster's degree programs, accelerated 4+1 programs and graduate certificatesbrianna.casillas@asu.edu
Natalie DiCatoAcademic Success Specialistundergraduate advisingnatalie.dicato@asu.edu
Tanya MarunAcademic Success Coordinatorundergraduate advisingtanya.marun@asu.edu
Erika MartinezAcademic Success Specialistinternship coordinator and career development erika.martinez.3@asu.edu

When should I see an advisor?

Common subjects discussed in advising appointments:

  • Course planning, long-­term and semester schedules
  • Transfer coursework evaluation
  • Academic difficulties
  • Personal concerns