Advisors work with current major students to give advice on course load, course transfer questions, and other general advising information. Students should see their advisor if they have any questions regarding their degree.
The advisors strive to see each student who needs an appointment. To ensure the availability of advisors, use the online appointment system.
Please note, the EAHR Advising Office experiences a high volume of student traffic during the follows times:
- The week before school starts
- The first week of school
- Add/drop week
- Q-drop deadline
- Pre-registration period
Prospective students (ie Readmits, Change of Major applicants or non- A&M students) should email the advisors for appointment availability.
Students wishing to change their major to Human Resource Development or Technology Management, please email the undergraduate advisors for more information on Change of Major. We do not make appointments for change of major advising, however, we offer Walk-in advising for Change of Major questions every 1st Friday of the month, excluding January, from 9:00am – 11:00am in Harrington Tower (EDCT), 1st floor, Suite 112. Please call the office to confirm walk-ins are being held.
The advising office is instituting some changes for mandatory advising:
The following groups are required to do Mandatory Advising in the fall and spring semesters:
- U1 (0-29 hours), U2 (30-59 hours), and U3 (60-89 hours) students
- Any U4 student in their first fall/spring semester in our major (transfers, change of majors, readmits)
- Any student on Academic Probation
If you are a continuing U4 (90 or more hours) student, you are not required to come in for mandatory advising UNLESS it is your first semester in the department or you are on academic probation. You can make advising appointments for Schedule Questions/Concerns or Q-drop, if necessary.
***Make sure your Degree Planner in Howdy is up to date through graduation and be prepared with questions for your advisor.*** Not having an up to date Degree Planner will result in having to reschedule your appointment. Being 10 or more minutes late to your appointment will result in having to reschedule your appointment.
Students will have an advising hold placed on their account on the 21st class day – so based on your hours on that day, you may receive a hold. That means you may have transcripts come in that change your hours, but may still have a hold.
Mandatory Advising will begin Monday, February 3, 2020 through Wednesday, April 1, 2020. There will be NO Mandatory Advising once pre-registration begins – so plan accordingly. Once pre-registration begins, Mandatory Advising holds will not be expired until the first day of Open Registration.
If you cannot keep your appointment, please cancel it through the Navigate system or contact us to cancel it. Not showing up for a scheduled appointment can lead to being locked out of the appointment system – https://tamu.campus.eab.com/
Students are able to schedule appointments 1 week in advance up to 24 hours prior to the appointment time, so plan ahead. Appointments fill up quickly, plan to make your appointment one week in advance. Holds will not be removed unless you have completed advising. Do not wait until the last minute.
The office will NOT be taking walk-ins during Mandatory Advising times. If you need any forms signed or reviewed, for example the 104 R, you must make an appointment.
Please contact the Advising office if you have any questions.