Appointments and Walk-Ins

Major Change Information Sessions- please see

https://comm.arizona.edu/application for the new admission process.

Walk In Advising Schedule (subject to change)

Location: Communication, Room 115

December 2017

  • Wednesday, December 6th, 9:30AM-11:30AM
  • Tuesday, December 12th, 9:30AM-11:30AM
  • Monday, December 18th, 9:30AM-11:30AM & 1:30PM-3:30PM

 

Undergraduate Academic Advising
Mariah Nunes, last names A-L
mariahnunes@email.arizona.edu
Communication Building Room 115

 

Randy Yazzie, last names M-Z
yazzier@email.arizona.edu
Communication Building Room 115

Just a quick question? Check the FAQs page first!

Before you email an advisor, please read ALL the information below:

Advisors do NOT schedule appointments via email. Appointments can only be scheduled by Communication majors by using WiseAdvising.

Appointments are only available for current COMM majors. All students are eligible to attend walk-in advising hours. Please see to the right for walk-in advising hours.

COMM Minor advising is only available via email or walk-in hours.

Transfer students are required to attend Transfer Orienation. You will meet with your advisor at orientation so an appointment beforehand is not necessary. You can sign up for orientation here.

STU 210 students from Pima Community College: Please complete all items in your Next Steps, especially the Transfer Student Academic Preview (TSAP) before coming to walk-ins for advising assistance.

Email may be used by all students. Please allow 3-5 business days for a response.  The email is checked Monday - Friday 8am-5pm. Saturday and Sunday are not business days.

Walk-in hours are on a first-come, first-served basis, and afternoons tend to be busier. Meetings are ten minutes maximum, so not all concerns can be addressed in a walk-in. You are not guaranteed to meet with your assigned academic advisor during walk-ins. If you must meet with them specifically, please schedule an appointment. Please see below for guidelines.

Interested in declaring the COMM major?

There is a new admission process for the major, please view the application process webpage for more details. Prospective students are limited to walk-in advising only.

Should I make an appointment or come to walk-ins?

Walk-In advising is recommended for:

  • COMM Minors
  • Prospective COMM students
  • Registration questions
  • Verify existing schedule
  • Questions about COMM major application process
  • MCWA Fulfillment
  • STU 210 Students

Appointments are required for:

  • Schedule planning (beyond next semester)
  • Study Abroad
  • ROTC/Military Forms
  • Thematic Minors
  • Transfer Evaluation/New Transfer Students
  • SAP Appeals (submit paperwork prior to appointment)
  • International Student Paperwork (Concurrent Enrollment, OPT, etc.)

 

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College of Social and Behavioral Sciences