Degree Programs

Undergraduate Advising

In order to support your academic study of physics and astronomy and facilitate timely graduation, students are required to meet with a major advisor at least once per year. Of course, meeting once per semester is strongly encouraged, and more frequently if any problems arise for which and an academic advisor can help. It is absolutely crucial for new students to seek advising as soon as you arrive on campus. The department will assign advisors to all students. If you do not know who your advisor is, please email Academic Office Coordinator Roger Dang.



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student and advisor at poster session