Your Academic Advisor is your primary resource for planning your course schedules, verifying your major, Discovery and graduation requirements, and getting your RAC number every semester. At CFAR, we have some resources that can supplement the work that you do with your advisor.
When you fill out those end of semester evaluations in each of your classes, the results are tabulated and saved. CFAR maintains copies of the tabulated results that you can access on any of our computers. You can also access these evaluation results at the Dimond Library, Course Reserves (at the Circulation Desk).
We contact faculty regularly to request copies of their syllabi so that students can evaluate and consider whether the classes will fit their academic interests and learning styles before enrolling in courses.
Who is my advisor?
Each department communicates with students to let them know how to get in touch with their advisor. Contact your college with questions about your advisor assignment. You can also follow these instructions to look up your academic advisor.
- College of Liberal Arts
- College of LIfe Sciences Dean's Office, Rudman Hall, (603) 862-1450
- College of Engineering and Physical Sciences Academic Affairs Office, Kingsbury Hall, (603) 862-3537
- Peter T. Paul School of Business and Economics Undergraduate Programs Office, Dean's Suite 310, (603) 862-3885
- College of Health and Human Services Dean's Office, Hewitt Hall, (603) 862-1177