For advising, students can choose to speak with the CECS Academic Affairs Office, the department advisors, and faculty advisors. The CECS Academic Affairs Office handles general academic advising as well as advising on UCF policies and procedures. While the departments and faculty members offer advising on career and research fields that are particular to their areas of study.
The CECS Academic Affairs Office requires mandatory advising for Undecided Engineering majors and students on Academic Alert or Academic Probation.
Students declared as Undecided Engineering are required to meet with an advisor for schedule planning to insure they are taking the appropriate prerequisite math and science courses and are working toward making a decision regarding which engineering discipline they want to study.
Academic Alert is an intervention advising program for students who have experienced a significant slide in their grade point average. Students identified as having a continued slide or low term grade point average are required to complete an online workshop or schedule an appointment with an advisor in the CECS Academic Affairs Office.
Students placed on academic probation are defined by the university as having a less than 2.0 UCF grade point average. CECS requires students who have been placed on probation to participate in an online workshop their first semester on probation. Students who continue on probation for additional semesters are required to meet with an advisor in the CECS Academic Affairs Office.
Please click on one of the categories below to find and select your academic or faculty advisor.
NOTE: Many of the advisors listed below require that you make an appointment in advance for advisement.
Undergraduate Students (Expands)
Graduate Students (Expands)