- Who is my assigned academic advisor?
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- Search “who is my academic advisor”
- In the search results, you’ll see the following:
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- Click this option to find information about your assigned academic advisor. If you have difficulty, please call us at 513-529-3031.
We Will Help You Succeed
With the guidance of the College of Arts and Science Academic Advising Office, you will find what you need to know to reach your goals and stay on track as you navigate life at Miami University. Advising is an important component of your academic experience and we recommend that you meet with an advisor at least twice a year.
The College of Arts and Science Academic Advising Office upholds a student-centered approach in which advisors assist students by providing accurate information as well as available tools to guide them through the construction of a framework for a successful college experience. We view academic advising as a shared action between student and advisor that fosters accountability and independent decision-making. Advisors will connect students with other campus departments and offices to assist them in navigating resources with the goal of teaching self-advocacy.
Our philosophy of advising is grounded in the following tenets:
- Engagement - As life-long learners, advisors will introduce students to campus resources, facilitating connections to the full range of available services and activities at Miami.
- Education - By using teachable moments during the advising appointment, advisors will help students develop into educated decision-makers and autonomous explorers of the academic and personal development opportunities available to them.
- Encouragement - In a relationship based on honesty, integrity, and compassion, advisors will support, inspire, and challenge students to form their own beliefs and experiences as active participants in their education and development.
- Empowerment - Through the academic advising process, students will learn to make intentional choices, allowing them to take ownership of their academic, professional, and personal lives.
Our Academic Advisors
Advising is an important component of your academic experience and we recommend that you meet with an advisor at least twice a year.
What CAS Academic Advisors CAN Do
- develop an academic plan that fits your educational goals
- create course schedules to fulfill degree requirements
- explore majors, minors, and careers
- identify resources to assist with any challenges you may have
- develop strategies to improve your academic performance
- interpret academic policies
What CAS Academic Advisors CANNOT Do
- Choose your classes for you
- Schedule your classes for you
- Add you to a closed course
- Bump you up on a BannerWeb Waitlist
- Influence your Registration Override Request
- Tell you which major you should choose
- Select study abroad programs for you
Preparing for an Advising Session
Prior to meeting with an advisor, make preparations to ensure that you will get the most from your advising session. The key to successful academic advising relies on your initiative. The more questions you ask, the better informed your decisions will be.
To prepare for an advising appointment, you should:
- Give thoughtful consideration to your academic and career goals.
- Review your degree audit and degree requirements.
- Make a list of questions for your advisor.
Contact CAS Advising
Academic Advising in the College of Arts and Science, Miami University, Oxford, OH, helps students make decisions about majors, minors, and thematic sequences; monitors student academic progress; and provides assistance with course planning.