Take advantage of your advisor’s availability
You advisor can help with a lot more than signing up for classes. They are here to help you plan out your college career — both undergraduate and graduate. Answering questions like: What will this degree allow me to do afterwards? Is graduate school right for me? and many others.
Request to meet with an advisor
It is best to meet with an advisor at least once per semester. In the department of Physics and Astronomy, you can schedule an appointment by emailing your advisor.
To contact the undergraduate advisors, email firstname.lastname@example.org
Office: 101C Planetary Hall
Incoming, freshman, and sophomore students only
Office: 253 Planetary Hall
Office: 231 Planetary Hall
Office: 207 Planetary Hall
To contact the graduate advisors, email email@example.com
Office: 108 Krasnow Institute
Advisor for Applied and Engineering Physics
Office: 103B Planetary Hall
Transfer credit advisor
Office: 255 Planetary Hall
Useful links for catalogs, scheduling, and forms
Socialize and work at the Physics & Astronomy Student Lounge
Spend time hanging out, working on homework, or reviewing for an upcoming test. The student lounge is open on weekdays.
- Planetary Hall 220A
- Campus Map