Academic Advising

Academic advisors help you make important decisions like choosing classes, selecting a major and staying on track for graduation. Need to know about registration, financial aid, career options and dozens of other details? We can help with that, too. Get to know your UCF advisor and you’ll go far.

Academic advising is key to your success. You should visit your advisor each semester to review academic progress, plan for future terms, prepare for internship applications and discuss career goals and opportunities.

In addition to answering your questions, your advisor will get you on a path to success, whether it’s helping you explore majors or choosing the best schedule for your major. They’ve helped many Knights succeed, and they’re ready to do the same for you.

Many different offices and colleges provide advising at UCF, and you can visit myUCF to find your assigned advisor. Navigate to Student Self Service then look for the blue box that says advisor.

Additional Services

FYAE is the main academic advising office for new students and students with an undeclared major. Our advisors are available during peak times and on "Walk-in Wednesday" for walk-in advising.

Once you declare a major, you'll work exclusively with the advising office in your college. These offices are the first point of contact for questions about degree, college and university requirements.

Advises undecided students, students changing majors, students not admitted to limited access programs, and undeclared students seeking re-admission.

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