Student Academic Services

COE Student Academic Advisors 2022

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. 

Appointment or Drop-in?

College of Education Advising will have Drop-In advising beginning Monday, November 14th, through Tuesday the 22nd, from 9:00 a.m. to 4:00 p.m. We look forward to meeting you during drop-in advising to plan your winter schedule.


Scheduled advising appointments usually last approximately 30 minutes.

Scheduled appointments are designed to address long-term planning questions and other detailed concerns with an advisor. 

For the following services, please schedule a regular appointment

  • Graduation plans
  • Discussion about adding a non-COE major, minor, certificate
  • Study abroad

Appointment Availability (in-person and virtual)

  • Monday - Friday: 9:00 a.m. – 4:30 p.m.

Schedule an Appointment

Drop-In Advising

Drop-In advising appointments usually last approximately 15 minutes.

Drop-in Advising Appointment Goals

  • Winter term schedule planning and schedule checks
  • General questions about deadlines or university policies or procedures
  • Questions about core education requirements
  • Fall term academic/course progress
  • Basic info about a COE academic program, major, minor, or certificate

Drop-in Availability (in-person and virtual)

  • Drop-in advising hours during winter term initial registration begins Monday, November 14 at 9:00 a.m. and ends Tuesday, 22 at 4:00 p.m.
  • Please note drop-in advising appointments are not scheduled for future days or times.

Join our Queue for Drop-In


Advising Resources

The following resources are available for students to use any time to help prepare for advising appointments:

Class Schedule
List of courses for specific terms (class schedules for upcoming terms are published during week 5 of the current term)

GPA Calculator
Estimate how courses that are in progress affect your GPA

UO Catalog
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, Director of Stewardship and Donor Relations

Andrea Olson, Director of Stewardship and Donor Relations,
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.

Funding Opportunities for Students

Student Recruitment, Tours

Lisa Fortin

Lisa Fortin, Director Events and Student Recruitment,
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.

Contact Lisa for a Tour


Look No Feather Podcast
Advising Podcast

Whether you are new to the flock or have already taken flight, the College of Education and Center for Multicultural Academic Excellence Look No Feather Podcast is here to guide you through your journey. Hear from current students, faculty, and staff about campus resources, community building, and opportunities for personal growth. In Look No Feather we will discuss everything from different College of Education academic paths, finding the right student organization for you, and how to build lifelong professional skills. Find current and future podcasts on the following platforms:

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