Your academic advisor is a department or college-based faculty or staff member. When you meet with him or her, you will discuss curricular choices while progressing toward achieving educational goals.
At the time of application for admission to UT Knoxville, students apply to a specific college and major. If you are unsure about choosing a major, select the Exploratory Track for that college. If you are uncertain about a college choice, select University and the University Exploratory Track.
Students who are admitted as University Students and have not yet declared an interest in a specific college are advised by the College of Arts and Sciences Advising Center with the assistance of advisors in other colleges and Career Services.
Advising centers and designated offices in each college handle all freshmen and a substantial amount of sophomore advising; major advisors within the college, working closely with the advising center, guide advanced students. At all levels, campus-wide guidelines for good advising are supplemented by specific college standards, guidelines, and evaluation. To locate an academic advisor in your area of study, see below.
College Advising Offices
College of Agricultural Sciences & Natural Resources
125 Morgan Hall
College of Architecture & Design
227 Art & Architecture Bldg.
College of Arts & Sciences
313 Ayres Hall
College of Business Administration
342 Haslam Business Bldg.
College of Communication & Information
202 Communications Bldg.
College of Education, Health & Human Sciences
332 Bailey Education Complex
College of Engineering
202 Estabrook Hall
College of Nursing
203 Nursing Bldg.
College of Social Work
303 Henson Hall
The College of Arts & Sciences is your advising college.