College of Science Advising Center
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|Location||Hickory Hall 283|
REMINDER: All students in their first semester at UNT, as well as students who are on academic alert or probation, are required to come in for advising prior to registration. Incoming first-time-in-college and transfer students are required to attend Orientation to meet with an advisor and register for courses.
Drop-in advising will be offered every Tuesday of the Fall semester from 1-4pm in Hickory Hall 283.
These drop-in advising sessions can help with quick questions about:
- General information on your degree
- Dropping a course (last day to drop: Nov. 18th)
- Confirmation of courses you've planned for the next semester
- Adding a minor
- Change a class to Pass/No-Pass (must declare by Oct. 7th)
- Courses in your major or minor cannot be changed to Pass/No-Pass.
TIPS FOR DROP-IN ADVISING
- Have your student ID number ready.
- Know what questions you need answered.
- Have an idea of what courses you want to take. Use our DIY Advising page to help.
- Drop-in advising appointments are meant to be quick, goal-oriented sessions. Please be ready for a swift conversation.
- If you join drop-in advising and have an appointment scheduled that you no longer need, please cancel that future appointment.
Departmental Faculty Advising
Students also have the option to meet with their department faculty advisor for advising.
- Biology, Biochemistry, Ecology, & Medical Lab majors can email firstname.lastname@example.org for an appointment
- Chemistry majors can email email@example.com for an appointment
- Math majors can email MathAdvising@unt.edu for an appointment
- Physics majors can email firstname.lastname@example.org for an appointment
College of Science Lab Kit: Student Resources and Helpful Information
Can't find what you're looking for? Have a look at our new "Lab Kit." With this tool, we hope to address the most common issues encountered by our students.