The CELS Office of Academic and Student Affairs, located in the CBLS building, room 130, serves as an accessible, student-centered resource that supports your academic and personal development and facilitates your progress throughout your academic career. The advising team consists of you, and your professional and faculty advisors.
Professional Advisors handle academic issues related to graduation, academic advising, prior approval for off-campus study, transfer credits, and other college and university procedures.
Cell and Molecular Biology
Medical Laboratory Science
Animal Sciences and Technology
Aquaculture and Fisheries Technology
Geology and Geological Oceanography
Sustainable Agriculture and Food Systems
Environmental and Natural Resource Economics
Environmental Science and Management
Wildlife and Conservation Biology
Faculty advisors review curriculum requirements and course registration, approve and sign course modifications, discuss research/internship credits and graduate school and career aspirations. Meet with your faculty advisor during the fall and spring semester. Contact information can be found in eCampus.