**Find us on the 3rd floor of Kendall Hall while Hood House is being remodeled. Stop into Room 317 (middle of the hallway) to check-in!

Who do we advise?

  • Undeclared Liberal Arts Students
  • Continuing Education Students
  • Pre-Admit Students

We will happily meet with you and email you about:

  • Upcoming deadlines/informational meetings for your major interests
  • Course registration information; how to get your Registration Access Code (RAC) on time
  • How to declare a major once you've decided
    • Once a student declares a major or completes the provisional requirements, the student is assigned a new advisor within that major department.

Find your assigned academic advisor

How do you meet with a UAC advisor?

Walk-In Hours (during the academic school year only)

  • Monday - Friday from 12pm - 3pm

  • Kendall Hall, Room 317 (halfway down the hall)

  • Swipe in, take a seat, and we'll be happy to help you!

Make an Appointment

  • Log into myWildcat Success
  • From student home page, select “Get Advising”
  • Select “University Advising Center” from Advising Category drop down menu
  • Select “Academic Advising – UAC” from Appointment Type drop down menu. Click “Next”
  • Select “University Advising Center” from Advisor’s Location drop down menu.
  • For Staff Selection drop down, select your advisor. Click “Next”
  • Select the next available appointment time block, then the appointment time that best works for you. Click “Next”
  • Please list your majors of interest and any additional information in the text box, then select “Confirm Appointment”
  • Come to Kendall Hall and swipe in at Reception (room 317)
  • Take a seat and your advisor will come get you as soon as they can!
    • If it is a phone appointment, call 603-862-2064

What should you know about your appointment?

  • If you can't make it, please cancel your appointment and/or send us an email! We can make that appointment available for someone else who is waiting to see us
  • If you made an appointment because you got an email saying you should, make sure you have taken a look at why!  It's helpful to have an idea of what you're going to be talking about and have questions prepared
  • Try to remember who your appointment is with!  Even though we'll figure it out, it's always nice to know who you're expecting to see