Please note: NSO registration typically opens at the end of March.
The DUS Advising Center is here to help you identify and achieve academic goals, guide you in making well-informed educational plans, encourage you to take advantage of educational opportunities, and assist you in navigating the academic environment of the University.
The DUS Advising Center coordinates academic advising for all lower division students. We support the faculty advisers who serve the needs of our advanced standing students by providing advising tips and information on academic updates and policies of the University.
Each student is assigned an academic adviser. The DUS Advising Center encourages all students to establish a relationship with their assigned adviser. Parents and families are encouraged to consult with the student regarding all academic planning.