- Academic Advising
- Outcomes and Possibilities
U-M can be a big place, but that doesn’t mean you have to feel lost. LSA has a host of advising and learning resources that can help you navigate a path that’s tailored to exactly what you want to study.
Let the experts at LSA’s Newnan Advising Center help you develop your academic and professional goals, make informed decisions, and gain independence through access to full-time, peer, and departmental advisors.
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.
Honors offers personal advising and student services for all Honors students, beginning at orientation and continuing through graduation, including preparation for graduate school and fellowships. Honors advisors help provide guidance in academics, professional preparation, and life goals. Whether you are on a pre-med track, studying and researching romance languages, or preparing a thesis in physics, you will find the assistance you need.
RESIDENTIAL COLLEGE 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.
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.
MICHIGAN LEARNING COMMUNITIES (MLCs)
Michigan Learning Communities aim to link students with shared interests and to make undergraduate education more convenient, relevant, and interactive. These are self-selected groups of students and faculty, often from diverse backgrounds, drawn together by shared goals.