We offer self-serve Academic Advisement.

These advising tools will help further your understanding of degree pathways, major program requirements, prerequisite courses, and how to successfully progress through your degree.

You will also learn about your responsibilities, and those of your academic advisor, as you navigate your educational career to reach the ultimate goal: graduation.

An Advisor is Expected to:

  • Be available, approachable, and respectful of students
  • Encourage and support students as they develop realistic goals and attainable educational plans
  • Have a thorough understanding of UNE’s core curriculum, institutional requirements, and degree requirements. 
  • Be efficient and accurate when discussing degree requirements with advisees
  • Assist students in developing decision-making skills and encourage them to accept responsibility for their choices
  • Maintain confidentiality
  • Be knowledgeable about campus resources, support services, and opportunities; referring students as needed

An Advisee is Expected to:

  • Be respectful of their advisor
  • Schedule appointments with their advisor and be on time
  • Come prepared for appointments by becoming familiar with the UNE Catalog, core curriculum, and program of study for their major
  • Check your email regularly and become familiar with Banner
  • Ask questions
  • Familiarize themselves with the academic calendar and be aware of important deadlines, such as advisement and withdrawal
  • Accept responsibility for their decisions

Learning Outcomes

  1. Students will understand the value of the Core Curriculum and display the ability to select courses that satisfy core requirements.
  2. Students will demonstrate knowledge of degree program requirements and the ability to select courses each semester to progress towards fulfillment of their educational plans.
  3. Students will demonstrate an understanding of the University of Education’s academic policies and procedures and how these policies and procedures impact their educational progress.
  4. Students will effectively utilize technological resources to assist in educational planning and course registration.
  5. Students will select majors based on their interests, abilities, and career goals. Students will be able to identify campus resources and services that can be used to assist them in achieving their academic, personal, and career goals.
  6. Students will understand the importance of co-curricular programs for supporting and promoting their educational and life goals.
  7. Students will understand and navigate the processes that lead to successful transfer, if applicable.