Undergraduate Advising

Angie Gardiner
Academic Advising Coordinator
LCB 214
801-581-6837
Corey Grint
Academic Advisor


Students are encouraged to schedule an appointment for issues expected to take longer than a few minutes, including (but not limited to) major/minor declaration, freshman mandatory advising, 2nd year mandatory advising, graduation, and longer prerequisite/math placement questions. If you cannot find an appointment that works with your schedule you may call or email me with some alternate days/times that you'd be available. Drop-in hours are available for shorter questions.

Drop-in Office Hours Spring 2017
(Effective January 23 - May 2)
Monday/Tuesday 1:00 - 3:00
Thursday/Friday 10:30 - 12:30
No drop-in hours on Wednesdays

Any changes to drop-in office hours will be posted here:
  • Drop-in hours on Monday, April 3 will be 12:45 - 1:45.
  • There will be no drop-in hours on Thursday, April 6 or Friday, April 7.
  • Drop-in hours on Monday, April 10 will be 10:30 - 12:30.
  • Drop-in hours on Tuesday, April 11 will be 2:30 - 4:30.
  • Drop-in hours on Thursday, April 13 will be 10:30 - 11:45.
  • There will be no drop-in hours on Friday, April 14.
  • Drop-in hours on Friday, April 21 will be 1:30 - 3:30.
  • Drop-in hours on Thursday, April 27 will be 2:00 - 4:00.

What Can Your Advisor Help You With?
Academic advisors are here to help you make the most of your experience at the University of Utah. Please meet with your advisor once per semester, or at least once per year, to discuss progress toward your degree and any concerns you may have. This will allow you to know more about course availability and pre-requisites (which are strictly enforced). It is crucial that you work closely with your advisor to graduate without delay. If you are a transfer student, you are encouraged to meet with the department advisor early in your academic career, even prior to admission to the University of Utah.

Academic Advisors are available for:
  • Declaring a major or minor
  • Explaining University graudation requirements, including general education, bachelor degree and course requirements
  • Developing an educational plan that includes scheduling, timing and using the DARS and GPS systems
  • Connecting with University and departmental opportunities and resources
  • Evaluating transfer credits
  • Navigating the system from admission to graduation and everything in between
  • Discussing anything regarding your education at the U of U