See an Advisor
Appointment or Drop-ins
Advisors are available for in-person or virtual appointments and virtual drop-in meetings. For general questions and urgent situations, call the main advising office.
In-person or Virtual Appointments
Schedule an appointment with your assigned advisor for detailed or complex topics such as course and registration planning, declaring majors and minors, exploring academic options when experiencing academic challenges, etc.
Academic Advising Virtual Drop-Ins Schedule
Exception: 9/26 drop-ins cancelled for Well-Being Day
10/6: 1-4pm and 10/7: 8:30am-4pm
You may sign in to drop-in hours and see how long the drop-in queue is here.
Please make an appointment with your Advisor.
If you have any questions about how to access the Virtual Drop-In Queue, please see our “Instructions for Accessing Virtual Drop-In Queue” (pdf) document. You can also see a brief outline of what to expect when you sign in to Zoom by going to our Virtual Drop-Ins page.
The firstname.lastname@example.org email is appropriate for straightforward questions and is monitored daily by a member of the Academic Advising team.
You may also contact advisors with specific inquiries via email if needed. To receive the best service, email only one advisor at a time and be sure to include your PID and legal name. Email responses may be delayed during busy times such as registration periods and the first week of classes.
Advisor contact information is in our directory
Schedule a Zoom appointment with advisors through the online scheduling system.
Call the Academic Advising Program office to speak with a staff member regarding general questions and urgent situations Monday – Friday 8:00am – 3:00pm (except University Holidays). Main number: (919) 966-5116.
Call your advisor using the number provided in our directory with specific questions. Keep in mind that advisors are often busy meeting with students during the day, so you will likely need to leave a voicemail. Be sure to include your name, PID, and phone number when leaving a voicemail.
Phone appointments are available through the online scheduling system. If your advisor does not answer, it is best to leave a voicemail as they may be wrapping up a previous appointment. If you still cannot get in contact, call the Academic Advising Program office and a staff member will assist.
Our chat service icon is available in the lower, right side of the website. Ramses is is an Ocelot chatbot tool that provides student-friendly responses to common questions 24/7. Backed by an AI-powered engine, students, parents, and campus colleagues who visit our website can get answers to general questions about academic policies and procedures.