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LSA students are encouraged to be actively involved in shaping their undergraduate experience by using and integrating the many academic advising resources provided across the College. From general advising to pre-professional advising, from peer advising to major and minor advising in academic departments, programs, and centers, LSA provides students with an extensive range of advising opportunities. Academic advising also plays a key role in LSA’s commitment to enhancing student engagement of curricular and co-curricular opportunities. Through intentional efforts dedicated to creating a sense of academic community, undergraduates can develop mentoring relationships with academic advisors, program staff, peers, faculty, and others in the College which may encourage them to broaden or deepen their connection to the College. Additionally, given the broad range of advising opportunities available to students, LSA Student Academic Affairs provides an extensive and dynamic set of advising tools to help students and advisors discuss viable educational goals and to track degree progress. Through this multi-faceted approach, students are able to identify and formalize specific academic plans that will enable them to achieve their educational goals.
- Newnan LSA Academic Advising Center
The Academic Advising Center serves LSA undergraduates by: Helping them make informed decisions about educational goals and LSA curriculum. Furnishing them an opportunity to explore the purposes of a liberal arts...
- Academic Peer Advisors (APAs)
The academic peer advisors are experienced and highly trained LSA undergraduates ready to help other LSA undergraduates on a wide variety of issues.
- Comprehensive Studies Program
The Comprehensive Studies Program (CSP) is a Michigan Learning Community that is an academic unit within the College of Literature, Science and the Arts and which offers a variety of academic support services, including...
- LSA Honors Program
LSA Honors students receive academic advising from the Honors Program. Honors students go to Honors advising when registering for courses, adjusting their course schedules, submitting petitions...
- Residential College Academic Advising
RC advisors are RC faculty members and are available to meet with students to discuss RC and LSA requirements, possible majors, graduation requirements, etc.
- Department Advising
In addition to guiding students' progress in the departmental or program curriculum, department advisors also play a key role in creating opportunities beyond the classroom for majors to ...
- Advising Information and Communications
Staff in the Advising Information and Communications area support the conduct of academic advising both within the LSA Advising Center and across the College.