Advising

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General Advising Questions:
advising@nsuok.edu
918-444-3253

Transfer Questions:
transfer2nsu@nsuok.edu
918-444-3651

Compliments or Concerns?
Julia Carlo, Executive Director
carloj@nsuok.edu

Joshua Groomer, Assistant Director
groomer@nsuok.edu

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YOU HAVE QUESTIONS. WE HAVE ANSWERS.

Whether you’re an incoming freshman, a senior about to graduate with your college degree, or a new transfer student, your academic advisor will help you define and achieve your academic goals at NSU.

The University Advising Center and College Advising Centers on our campuses coordinate advising and academic support services for all undergraduate students at NSU. Academic advisors support student learning, facilitate academic exploration, teach students about degree requirements, institutional policies and procedures, university structure and culture, and refer them to campus support services.

Advisors support student academic success and help students make reasonable progress toward degree completion, as well help students become effective decision makers in and out of the classroom.

Whether it's a policy you don't understand or a resource you're not sure how to find, advisors can help. 

How Advising Works:

All students are assigned an Academic Advisor based on last name and major declaration status. First-time Freshman or Undeclared (not officially declared a major) should see an advisor in the University Advising Center. Students with declared majors should see an advisor in the college of their major. 
 
Not sure of you major declaration status or who your advisor is? Open your Degree Works Audit. The header lists information including your major & program, and your academic advisor is indicated by (Primary) next to their name. Can't find your advisor? Call the University Advising Center, 918-444-3253 or email advising@nsuok.edu.

Advising is required at certain times. All first time freshmen are required to meet with an advisor at least once per semester - we encourage more! Students must also meet with an advisor to declare or change a major or minor, and Seniors will have a hold after 90 credit of coursework to talk about final coursework and plan for graduation - and life after!

What Students Say...

[My advisor] was really knowledgeable in how my degree plan would break down, helping me choose a path that suited my interests that would still function well with my scholarship. [My advisor] also helped me with questions she couldn't answer, directing me to staff who would be better suited to help.

- Student, Tahlequah Campus

[My advisor] is very knowledgeable about what classes are needed and what progression is best for me. [My advisor] is always willing to take the time to answers my questions and never make me feel rushed or unimportant. [My advisor] remembers personal details about my life and education that make the experience so much more personable. I truly feel like [my advisor] cares about my success.

- Student, Broken Arrow Campus

[My advisor]:

  • Is very knowledgeable
  • Friendly and approachable
  • Is helpful and listens
  • Really cares
  • Goes the extra mile
  • Doesn't let me give up
  • Has too many strengths to count!
  • Is awesome! 10/10!

- Students, All Campuses