ACADEMIC ADVISING RESOURCES

INCOMING STUDENTS

  • If you are a recent high school graduate (Incoming Freshman), you will complete your advising/course selection online for your first semester. Please visit the University Advising Services website for additional information about advising/course selection through the Online Advising & Resource System (OARS). 

  • If you are a Transfer Student with fewer than 30 credits hours, you will complete your advising/course selection online for your first semester. Please visit the University Advising Services website for additional information about advising/course selection through the Online Advising & Resource System (OARS). 

  • If you are a Transfer Student with 30 or more credit hours, contact the Student Services Office within the college of your major for advising information.

ADVISING INFORMATION FOR:

All entering freshmen or transfer students with less than 60 credits must fulfill the university's Intellectual Foundations Program (IFP) requirements as part of their pursuit of the baccalaureate degree. While the IFP courses do not necessarily relate to the major, they do provide a foundation of knowledge that all well-educated students should possess. The IFP is comprised of a total of 36 credit hours.

    • 6 hours of Foundations of Written Communication
    • 6 hours of Foundations of Society & Human Behavior
    • 6 hours of Foundations of Science & the Natural World
    • 6 hours of Foundations of Mathematics & Quantitative Reasoning
    • 6 hours of Foundations of Global Citizenship
    • 6 hours of Foundations of Creative Expression

For more information, consult University Advising Services or the FAU undergraduate catalog.

Please run a DARS, which is your degree audit. Click here for instructions for visit the Registrar's webpage for additional information.

  • If you would like to know how transfer credits, if any, applied to the IFP, please submit an IFP Audit Request

  • For all other courses, please speak/meet with an advisor within your college to determine how your transfer credits will be applied to your degree program. 
  • If you are an Incoming Freshman or Transfer Student with less than 30 credits hours, have not yet registered for classes and would like to change/declare your major, please complete a CHANGE OF MAJOR FORM

  • If you are an Incoming Freshman or Transfer Student with less than 30 credits hours, have registered for classes, please contact an advisor from University Advising Services to complete a CHANGE OF MAJOR FORM

  • If you are a Transfer Student with 30 or more credit hours, contact the Student Services Office within the college of your major for Change of Major information.

CURRENT STUDENTS

  • If you are a recent high school graduate (Incoming Freshman), you will complete your advising/course selection online for your first semester. Please visit the University Advising Services website for additional information about advising/course selection through the Online Advising & Resource System (OARS). 

  • If you are a Transfer Student with fewer than 30 credits hours, you will complete your advising/course selection online for your first semester. Please visit the University Advising Services website for additional information about advising/course selection through the Online Advising & Resource System (OARS). 

  • If you are a Transfer Student with 30 or more credit hours, contact the Student Services Office within the college of your major for advising information.

ADVISING INFORMATION FOR:

You can meet with your academic advisor by setting an appointment in your Success Network. You can access your Success Network by one of the following: 

  • Use the link below
  • Through MyFAU (click the Success Network Tab)
  • By visiting the University Advising Services website or the Student Services Office within the college of your major (see the Advising Resources Tab at the top of this page for a list of colleges) 

All entering freshmen or transfer students with less than 60 credits must fulfill the university's Intellectual Foundations Program (IFP) requirements as part of their pursuit of the baccalaureate degree. While the IFP courses do not necessarily relate to the major, they do provide a foundation of knowledge that all well-educated students should possess. The IFP is comprised of a total of 36 credit hours.

    • 6 hours of Foundations of Written Communication
    • 6 hours of Foundations of Society & Human Behavior
    • 6 hours of Foundations of Science & the Natural World
    • 6 hours of Foundations of Mathematics & Quantitative Reasoning
    • 6 hours of Foundations of Global Citizenship
    • 6 hours of Foundations of Creative Expression

For more information, consult University Advising Services or the FAU undergraduate catalog.

Please run a DARS, which is your degree audit. Click here for instructions for visit the Registrar's webpage for additional information.

  • If you would like to know how transfer credits, if any, applied to the IFP, please submit an IFP Audit Request

  • For all other courses, please speak/meet with an advisor within your college to determine how your transfer credits will be applied to your degree program. 
  • If you are an Incoming Freshman or Transfer Student with less than 30 credits hours, have not yet registered for classes and would like to change/declare your major, please complete a CHANGE OF MAJOR FORM

  • If you are an Incoming Freshman or Transfer Student with less than 30 credits hourshave registered for classes, please contact an advisor from University Advising Services to complete a CHANGE OF MAJOR FORM

  • If you are a Transfer Student with 30 or more credit hours, contact the Student Services Office within the college of your major for Change of Major information.

  • If you are a Current Student with less than 30 credits hours, please contact an advisor from University Advising Services to complete a CHANGE OF MAJOR FORM

  • If you are a Current Student  with 30 or more credit hours, contact the Student Services Office within the college of your major for Change of Major information.


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