On Track Advising

The Undergraduate Programs Office is here to make sure you remain on track as you pursue your degree. Our Academic Advisors can assist you in understanding your graduation requirements for your major and to remain on track to graduate on time.

Undergraduate advising is located in 107 BSA. Drop-ins are held Wednesdays 1:00 p.m. - 3:45 p.m.



Testimonials/Student Experiences

"I find advising appointments EXTREMELY helpful for keeping myself on track for graduation. My academic advisor let me know what classes I need to take and when to take them. I wouldn’t be on track without having scheduled advising appointments.”

Paige Shiplett

Keanna Chatman

Accounting Major, Junior

“Required advising creates a great partnership between you, and us (your advisors). Of course we’ll help you plan your classes to stay on track for graduation, but we will also connect you with resources and information to help you fulfill your potential."

Paige Shiplett

Kathryn Levels

Assistant Director

Schedule an Appointment

If you are seeking a major in the College of Business Administration, you are required to meet with an academic advisor each semester. Be sure to schedule your advising appointment early to avoid the rush of registration. 

Schedule an Undergraduate Appointment

Schedule a Graduate Appointment


Staying On Track Objectives

Here are several objectives that can help you stay on track throughout your four years of college and help you successfully obtain your degree and begin your career:


Before you begin your classes, make sure you understand and fulfill the technology requirements (PDF). As a freshman, you should begin researching majors or careers you are interested in, as well as, exploring student organizations.



By the time you begin your sophomore year, you should narrow your choices down to one or two majors. Throughout the year, we recommend you join and participate in a student organization and complete your pre-business requirements.


Once you begin your junior year, it is advised you declare your major and possible minor. This is when you should secure your internship and confirm your course plan to keep you on track for graduation.


During your senior year, confirm your graduation plans (courses, GPA, application), and begin job interviewing or consider graduate school.

Frequently asked questions regarding graduation

Apply for graduation through FlashLine by the published deadline. For questions regarding graduation eligibility and requirements, contact the Undergraduate Programs Office:


For questions regarding the commencement ceremony, contact the Commencement Office: