Who is My Advisor?
Academic Advisors (Academic & Professional Development Managers)
In our center, our Academic Advisors are called Academic & Professional Development Managers. We believe a liberal arts degree combined with meaningful, well-planned experiences can equip you with the skills and abilities you need to be successful in life and work.
The role of Academic & Professional Development Managers is to support students in making informed, intentional decisions about their time at BYU so that they graduate with the competencies and experiences they need in their life and career.
Academic and Professional Development Managers can help you with the following:
- Career readiness and exploration
- Major and minor exploration
- Graduate school preparation
- Academic Improvement Plans (AIP)
- Developing competencies through experiential learning
To schedule an appointment with your major academic advisor please contact our office at 801-422-3541 or come into our office, 1041 JFSB.
Meet Your Advisor
Meet our Staff
Our team consists of Undergraduate Specialists, Graduation Specialists, and Academic Advisors. See below who would best be able to assist you. To schedule an appointment with our advisors please call 801-422-3541 or come into our office 1041 JFSB.
We have Undergraduate Specialists in the office available M-F 9:00 am to 4:00 pm for walk-in appointments to help you with:
- Course planning
- Major/minor declarations (under 90 credits)
- Major, minor, and transfer substitutions
- High credit flags and holds
- Registration Issues
- Graduation plans
- GE questions
- Petition information
You can meet with an Undergraduate Specialist by calling 801-422-3541 or visiting our office, 1041 JFSB.
We have Graduation Specialists that can help you with things such as:
- Graduation applications
- Changes to graduation dates
- Graduation clearance
- Letter requests
You can meet with a Graduation Specialist by calling 801-422-3541 or visiting our office, 1041 JFSB.