Welcome to the Office of Undergraduate Advising
As an arm of the School of Business Dean’s office, our mission is to support and promote the strategic plans of the university and the college. As part of this mission, the Office of Undergraduate Advising serves faculty, staff, and students involved in undergraduate education. We encourage student learning and development through advising and orientation programs.
Through rigorous academic training and a real-world orientation, the UConn School of Business prepares you for a career bound only by your imagination. We offer high-quality market-relevant majors, with a strong emphasis on learning through hands-on experiences and technology.
Open Advising Hours
Student Services Suite
Hartford Times Building, 1st floor
+1 (860) 486-2315
Note there will be no availability from September 14-22
UConn Stamford Room 130
+1 (203) 251-8440
School of Business, Suite 248
+1 (860) 486-2315
Peer Advising only for the week of September 18.
Friday: 10am-12pm (Peer Advisors only)
Contacting the Office of Undergraduate Advising
General questions can be emailed to firstname.lastname@example.org or addressed by calling +1 (860) 486-2315 during normal business hours.
Advisors are intricately involved in the Summer Orientation program so are unable to hold consistent Open Advising Hours until Fall term begins. For the remainder of the summer, feel free to call the office anytime with general questions or to check advisor availability. Throughout the term, students are welcome to visit or call in to the Open Advising Hours on any campus. Inquiries outside of those posted times may be directed through our general email or addressed via phone to any campus.
If calling in during Open Advising Hours: Please have a computer with internet access accessible. Due to the nature of our Open Advising Hours, during high-peak times an Advisor may not be immediately available. Your information will be taken and an Advisor will return your call during the scheduled walk-in hours in the order in which your inquiry was received.