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Academic Advisement

The Office of Academic Advisement assists you in defining and achieving your education goals, whether those goals are as simple as choosing the correct elective courses during pre-registration or as complex as selecting and applying to graduate schools.

In collaboration with college faculty, our office also provides multi-faceted individual and group advising services. Students with a declared major are assigned a faculty member from their major department, and undeclared students are assigned a faculty member from our Undeclared Advising Team.

Through their commitment to the individual student, faculty advisors seek to accomplish two fundamental goals: help each student develop meaningful relationships within the academic community and help foster the academic and personal development of each student.

Each semester the Office of Academic Advisement offers a variety of services including workshops on graduate and law school, major selection, and GRE and LSAT preparation. Individual appointments with the director of academic advisement are available for students to discuss major selection, graduate school planning, law school applications, personal statement review, and any other academic related issues.

We welcome your questions and look forward to serving you.

Contact Information

Fr. Benet C. Phillips, O.S.B.
Assistant Dean of Freshmen
Director of Academic Advisement
(603) 641-7465

Quick Links

Wondering how to change your major, who you should meet with or what your schedule might look like as an undeclared major? You'll find the answer to these questions, and many more by using the resources below.

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