Thank you for visiting our page to learn more about Academic Advising! Here you will find more information about our department, covering our roles and the ways in which we assist students, as well as finding out how to contact your assigned advisor directly.
Why do I need an Advisor?
Learn more about why students need an academic advisor and the ways in which we can help our students.
Need to get in touch with your academic advisor? Find his or her email address here. Advisors typically advise for a specific degree program so to find your advising team, please be sure to select the correct degree level and the appropriate college for your program.
Working With Your Advisor
Just as there are different ways you can get in touch with an advisor (via email, phone, by appointment, etc.) there are different reasons to use each of these contact methods. Learn more about the options Academic Advising recommends for you, based on the timing or type of question you have under Contacting Your Advisor.
Additionally, while an academic advisor is well-versed in many facets of your degree program, there are times when we will direct you to the right person to contact. Learn more about what things advisors tend to help with and which offices or individuals we recommend you contact for other issues under Know Who to Contact for Your Questions.
A large part of an advisor's responsibility is helping students to understand the policies surrounding their programs. This section will detail answers to frequently asked questions about University and Academic Advising policies.
Some of the communications that you'll hear in class, read in your emails, or discuss with Academic Advising will involve different terms that are often new to students. Knowing what those terms are will help you be successful from the start of your program.
You have access to different forms that you might use throughout the course of your program at Walden. These are some of the most commonly used forms students from all programs at Walden use throughout the course of their programs. Program-specific forms are best obtained from your academic advisor or program leadership directly.