Academic advisors help you make the most of your time at the University of Arizona. They assist you with a variety of services including choosing a major, scheduling classes, transferring from another institution, understanding academic policies, staying on track for graduation, and boosting your skills and broadening your experiences. You’ll find more detail about who to contact and specific services we offer by visiting the Academic Advising Center pages listed below.
Contact An Advisor
There are two types of academic advisors to support you in the College of Agriculture and Life Sciences. Major advisors work with you to make sure you’re taking the correct courses to meet graduation requirements for your program of study, while Career and Academic Services general advisors provide broad support ranging from major exploration and interpreting policy to processing academic forms.
Find contact information for CALS advisors.
Learn About Student Support Resources
View a handy at-a-glance listing of all CALS and University student support and resources.
Transfer From Another College Or University
Find out when you should submit your application for admission, what the requirements are for transfer students, and how to register for transfer orientation.
Transfer to the University of Arizona College of Agriculture and Life Sciences.
Apply For Readmission To The University
Each student who applies for readmission to the University of Arizona College of Agriculture and Life Sciences is evaluated individually. Find out when you should apply for readmission and what requirements you need to meet to return to the UA.
Apply for readmission to the College of Agriculture and Life Sciences.
Undecided? Get Help Choosing A Major.
New college students often are unsure of what major to choose. That’s why our academic advisors are here to support you as you explore the possibilities and discover a major that’s meaningful to you.
Connect With Other First-Generation Students
If you’re the first person in your family to attend college, you likely feel both proud and overwhelmed. The CALS First Cats program is designed to help you celebrate your achievement and get the support you need to successfully navigate college life.
Make Academic Advising Work For You
Establishing a strong relationship with your academic advisor is a key to your success. Advisors can help you navigate the ups and downs of your college career, so it’s important to make sure you take advantage of the support and services they offer.
Get tips and tools to help you make the most of academic advising.
Learn More About CALS And The UA
There are many ways to learn more about life on campus as a student in the College of Agriculture and Life Sciences. Sign up to take a tour, sit in on a class, or attend an information session.
Campus visit opportunities and contact information.