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Welcome to the Office of Undergraduate Advising
Open Advising Hours
Hartford Times Building, 1st floor
+1 (860) 486-2315
+1 (860) 486-2315
Monday: 1pm-3pm Tuesday: 3:30pm-4:30pm Wednesday: 10am-11am Thursday: 1pm-3pm
Monday: 11am-12pm Tuesday: 3pm-4pm
Students on all campuses should call (860) 486-2315 or email email@example.com for assistance during business hours.
Meetings with advising staff can be accessed Monday through Friday during Open Advising Hours listed here by campus, and are available in-person or over-the-phone.
If calling in during Open Advising Hours: Please have a computer with internet access accessible.
Who We Are
As an arm of the School of Business Dean’s office, our mission is to foster a dynamic and inclusive educational environment for holistic student development that empowers current and future students to achieve academic excellence, engage in experiential learning, understand a diverse world, and develop professionalism. As part of this mission, the Office of Undergraduate Advising partners with faculty, staff, and students across all of UConn’s campuses to support all aspects of undergraduate education.
Faculty Academic Advisors work with third and fourth year Business students, primarily advising on field and career opportunities. Students are assigned advisors within their major departments.
Peer Advisors are Business students who advise by sharing a student perspective. They primarily serve first and second year students, but are also available to third and fourth year students.
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