Academic Advising Services (AAS) provides accurate, sound, and timely advising, helps students learn to navigate and use the processes and resources at NC State effectively, guides students in their exploration of majors and careers, and assists students transitioning to new majors.
AAS offers walk-in advising to the following groups of students:
- Students exploring majors or changing to a new major; those considering a minor
- Prospective external transfer students, for whom the focus of advising services will be majors offered at NC State and review of degree program requirements; questions about transfer admission requirements should be directed to Undergraduate Admissions
- Non-degree students, which may include former NCSU undergraduate degree students.
Students may also work with AAS advisors via email through Ask an Advisor or call 919-515-8130.
If you are struggling academically you may want to learn more about the Academic Recovery Program (ARP).
Interested in being formally advised by Academic Advising Services? Learn more about the Inter-College Transfer (ICT) Program.
Current or former NC State undergraduate degree students in transition are the priority population for Academic Advising Services (AAS).
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