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Undergraduate Advising

The College of Arts and Sciences offers undergraduate advising to students who have not yet declared a major. CAS has more than 20 College Advisors, all of whom are faculty members drawn from the three divisions of CAS (Humanities, Social Sciences and Natural Sciences).

After initial new student advising sessions, students are assigned individual advisors. Advisors help students navigate graduation requirements and refine their interests as they move toward the declaration of a major.

For more information, contact:

Kathie Carpenter, Associate Professor of International Studies and Director of Undeclared Advising, CAS

Email: kathiec@uoregon.edu

Students may also contact the Office of Academic Advising for assistance and information.



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