Services for current and prospective students
Student Responsibilities and Finding Your Academic Advisor
Typical Programs of Study and Two Year Course Offerings
Services for Pre-Law, Pre-Education, and Pre-Health preparation
Tools to assist with academic and personal support
Information for faculty who advise students
We are offering Summer drop-in advising appointments Monday, Wednesday & Friday from 12:00 - 3:00 pm Seattle time, and Tuesday & Thursday from 10:00 am - 1:00 pm Seattle time. Drop-ins can be online or over the phone with limited in-person availability.
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Each advisor has different days they will be working in the office and remotely, which is noted by appointment type on their Bookings calendar.
We are only allowing one person per appointment. If you would like any guests with you (like parents/family members), you can book a virtual or phone appointment.
However, if you have any specific accommodations (such as a translator or aide) and need to meet in-person, please contact us by email, so we can work out how to best serve you.
My experience with advising and mentoring at Seattle University has been exemplary. My advisors have helped me navigate complicated scheduling issues and have helped me craft a course plan that fits my unique professional and personal goals.-Arts and Sciences Student
The Arts and Sciences Advising Center (ASAC) is a centralized advising office that provides developmental academic advising and educational assistance to undergraduate and graduate students and faculty and staff in the College of Arts and Sciences. It is staffed by professional academic advisors who are available on a drop-in basis and for scheduled appointments.
The ASAC is dedicated to the holistic academic and professional formation of current and prospective students through academic advising and promotion of academic excellence. ASAC staff are dedicated to helping students identify and celebrate their own educational and personal skills and abilities. ASAC staff work to solve problems, provide navigational guidance, and build connections for students, alumni, faculty, and staff.
ASAC staff aspire to:
I have had a very positive experience working with my advisor and the other faculty in my majors. I truly wouldn't be nearly as prepared for life after college if not for this advisor/these professors and the guidance they have given me.-Arts and Sciences Student
8:30 a.m. - 4:30 p.m.