The Undergraduate Dean's Office oversees the academic and personal well-being of undergraduates at the College. Faculty work with the Dean’s Office on matters ranging from curriculum and registration to the problems encountered by individual students.
Pre-major advising is housed in the Undergraduate Dean's Office. Even after a student has a faculty major adviser in their sophomore year, the dean continues to be a resource for students navigating the challenges and opportunities of college life. The deans divide their time between working with advisees and collaborating on various college programs. Based on our experiences, we have put together some information and advice that may be helpful to faculty in their work with students here.
An updated Guide for Helping Students in Need will be posted soon and will provide advice about supporting individuals who are in difficulty and providing them appropriate referrals.
Finally, we provide detailed instructions to faculty who serve as major advisers for reviewing, approving, and updating student major work plans in BiONiC.