General College Advising
Welcome to General College Advising in the Student Success Center!
General College Advising helps students realize their maximum educational potential through communication and information exchange; serves as an advocate for student success, retention, and graduation; and strives for meaningful academic relationships by helping students make educated choices about majors and careers.
Setting up an appointment
If you are a currently enrolled UAH student you can set up an appointment with the General College Advisor, Ms. Jamie Clay, by clicking the "Make an Appointment" link on the right. Prospective students, as well as newly admitted and returning UAH students, may make an appointment by calling 256-824-6290 or emailing email@example.com.
Who do we serve?
- Undeclared Students
Students who have not decided on a major or are trying to decide between different majors. Many of the General Education Requirements are the same for all majors, allowing Undeclared students to explore classes in areas that interest them while completing core courses.
- Conditional Students
Students who do not meet the requirements for regular admission either as first-time freshmen or as transfers. These students have reduced academic course loads initially until they complete the required number of semester hours with acceptable grade point averages. Courses such as Reading and Study Skills are available to help students make the transition to UAHuntsville easier.
- Undeclared Transfer Students
Applicants who have previously attended an accredited college or university and have not chosen a major.
- Second Bachelors
Students who have already earned a baccalaureate degree but who want to pursue a second degree.
- Transient Students
Applicants who are currently enrolled at another college but want to take a course or courses at UAHuntsville to transfer back to the home institution.
- Non-degree Students
A special category for students who have earned at least a high school diploma but have no immediate degree plans. Non-degree students receive lower priority registration and are not eligible for financial aid, scholarships, or teaching/research assistantships.
- Post-baccalaureate students
Students who have already earned a baccalaureate degree but who want to enroll as non-degree students.
Appointments usually last from 30 minutes to 1 hour, depending on your need. You can schedule appointments weekly or as often as you would like. Together we will come up with a plan that meets your needs for success.
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