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Undergraduate advising

Most undergraduate engineering students have an assigned academic advisor. To find who your advisor is log on to My ASU—your advisor and contact info are found in the My Programs and eAdvisor box in upper right-hand corner of your screen.  Although you have an assigned advisor you are welcome to meet with any member of the CIDSE Undergraduate Advising Team.

When do I meet my CIDSE advisor?

Students are required to meet with an advisor during their first two semesters in order to be eligible to register. After that, students will not be required to meet with an advisor, although it is recommended. Here are some common reasons students see an advisor:

  • If you are unsure or having any trouble that you need guidance with choosing classes: ensuring one is “on track,” sequencing correctly within the degree, meeting degree requirements, and meeting graduation requirements.
  • Identifying resources: tutoring, internships, career resources, etc.
  • Completing petitions and scholarship appeals.
  • Struggling in school: identifying options and resources.

There are a multitude of reasons to see an advisor. Students who are unsure about a particular situation should see a CIDSE advisor, who is prepared to point you in the right direction.

Need answers?

Call the CIDSE Academic Advising Center with any questions at 480-965-3199, make an advising appointment or send an email to The center is open Monday-Friday, 8 a.m.-noon and 1 p.m.-5 p.m.