The Vick Center is holding appointments online through Zoom as well as in person. Schedule online to make a 30-minute appointment. If you need a phone appointment, please email your advisor or our main firstname.lastname@example.org address.
Have a quick question? The Vick Center hosts drop-ins via Zoom Monday – Friday from 1 p.m. – 3 p.m. Come to drop-ins to get your questions answered that may not need a full 30-minute appointment, but could benefit from an advisor’s assistance. A drop-in is typically about 15 minutes long.
Non-UGS students are welcome to attend Vick Center drop-ins as well.
During busy times, UGS students will meet with their individual advisor to assess their unique needs. At set times (mid-semester deadline, registration, OTE deadline), your advisor will email you their drop-in hours.
Learn about registration advising policies.
Students who are enrolled in UGS are assigned an advisor. You must meet with your advisor at least twice a semester for a major exploration appointment and a registration appointment.
While the Vick Center advisors serve non-UGS students in transition between majors, non-UGS students must see their current college’s advisor for processes like clearing a registration bar, Q-dropping, or withdrawing, changing a class to pass/fail, etc.
Emails from your advisor and from the Vick Center contain important academic information, deadlines, and events.
Learn about the types of advising appointments:
- Explore your interests, discover your strengths, and find related academic paths at UT with Wayfinder
- Learn how to declare a major
- Discuss classes you would like to register for next semester and get the advising bar on your Registration Information Sheet removed so you can register on time
- Discuss taking courses at other institutions
- Find out about claiming credit for AP, IB, CLEP exams
- Discuss internal transfer applications
- Learn about finding internships, volunteering or study abroad
- Ask questions about double majoring or adding a certificate
- Learn about getting involved with undergraduate research
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