Student Academic Services
Student success is important in the College of Education and our advisors are here to help you!
Whether you are a prospective student or an enrolled undergraduate student, our staff are dedicated to helping you achieve your personal goals, academic potential, and professional success. Located in Suite 130 in the HEDCO building, students can meet with academic advisors to explore majors, minors and certificate programs, plan course schedules, and much more.
Schedule an Appointment
Schedule an Appointment.
Available Monday–Friday, 9:00 a.m. – 5:00 p.m. PT
Zoom/Microsoft Teams/in-person advising appointments are available. To schedule, follow the instructions outlined to the right.
If you need further assistance or the available times do not work with your schedule, please contact Student Academic Services by phone (541) 346-3405 or email.
Download THE NAVIGATE APP (recommended) and follow the instructions below:
- Log in with your Duck ID
- Select Schedule an Appointment
- Choose College of Education in the appointment drop down
- Choose the main topic for your meeting in the service drop down
- Select Find Available Times
- Choose a day and time that works for you or search by advisor or meeting type (Teams/Zoom, In-Person)
- Select Schedule to Confirm Appointment
The following resources are available for students to use any time to help prepare for advising appointments:
List of courses for specific terms (class schedules for upcoming terms are published during week 5 of the current term)
Estimate how courses that are in progress affect your GPA
Lists of major and minor requirements
UO Petitions and Forms
Various online petitions and forms, as well as submission instructions (varies between course late add petitions, refund petitions, etc.)
UO Navigate Student
Schedule an appointment with an advisor online using Navigate. Access Navigate from your desktop or download the app from the Apple Store or Google Play. You can also view your class schedule, holds, important events, explore majors and careers, and more.
Scholarship Award Program
Andrea Olson, Associate Director Stewardship Award Program and Board Relations, firstname.lastname@example.org, Phone: 541-346-5943, Office: 130 HEDCO Education Building
As the administrator of programs that advance donor stewardship activities and board relations, Andrea's duties include scholarship program management, donor recognition, donor relations, and fund management.
Undergraduate and graduate funding is available.
Student Recruitment, Tours
Lisa Fortin, Director Events and Student Recruitment, email@example.com, Phone: 541-346-1607, Office: 130 HEDCO Education Building
As the director of events and student recruitment, Lisa manages college-wide events as well as supporting COE recruitment initiatives. Tours of the UO campus and of the COE are available at the link below through the Office of Admissions.
Drop-in tours of the COE for new or prospective students are available.
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