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Engineering tools

Architecture & Engineering Design

How many credits have you completed?

Less than 30

30 or More



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Computer Science

How many credits have you completed?

Less than 30

30 or More

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Construction Technologies

How many credits have you completed?

Less than 30

30 or More

vegetables and pasta

Culinary Arts

designs for a website

Digital Media

How many credits have you completed?

Less than 30

30 or More

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How many credits have you completed?

Less than 30

30 or More

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Engineering Technology

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Information Systems & Technology

How many credits have you completed?

Less than 30

30 or More

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Technology Management & Mechatronics

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Applied Engineering & Transportation Technologies

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Masters of CET

Hours / Appointments

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Advisors see students by appointment

Our Hours: Monday - Friday, 8a.m. - 5p.m.

Schedule your appointment online for your applicable advisor, at your convenience 24/7

or call the front desk (801) 863-8648 during office hours.

- When an Advisor is offering "Drop-In" appointments it will be posted on their appointment scheduling page. Please keep in mind these are for 10-15 minute basic questions only. These are not for class scheduling appointments or new/transfer students.

Advising Main Office

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CS 635
Computer Science Building - Mountain side of Campus (East)

Parking is limited - plan extra time to find a parking place. From Visitor Parking, the walk can take 10 - 20 minutes.

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Have Questions?

  1. Log in to myUVU to see your Advisor
  2. Need help? Contact our front desk at 801-863-8648 for questions regarding which advisor to see

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ALL NEW students with less than 30 credits

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First Year Advising Center

First Meeting with Your Academic Advisor

If you are a new or transfer student, please review the following criteria to ensure you are prepared for your first meeting with your Academic Advisor.

If you are a returning student and it has been more than 2 years since you last attended you will also want to review the following:

  1. Have you been admitted to UVU?
  2. Have your transcripts been sent to UVU?
    • Please note that official (i.e., sealed) transcripts from all previously attended institutions must be sent to UVU (this includes high school). If yes, proceed to #3.
    • If no, please follow the instructions on UVU's Transfer website.
  3. Have you completed the online Orientation?
    • Prior to meeting with your advisor you should complete the online orientation. Visit the Orientation website for more information. Proceed to #5.
  4. Meet with your Advisor
    • Now you are ready for your first meeting with an academic advisor.

Student and Advisor Responsibilities

 Student Responsibilities
  Students are expected to:

  • Develop an educational plan and establish career goals, with the
    guidance of your advisor.

  • Meet regularly with your advisor. Plan ahead by visiting with them
    early in the semester and not waiting until the last minute before

  • Come to appointments prepared with questions and/or topics to
    discuss and participate fully in the advising experience.

  • Understand how to navigate the course registration site and enroll in
    the courses in your academic plan.

  • Know the general education and program requirements for your major.

  • Check MyUVU often for email messages from the university.

  • Become knowledgeable of campus and online resources, and follow
    through when referred to appropriate campus resources.

  • Graduate in a timely manner based on your academic plan. Accept
    responsibility for your decisions and your actions that affect your
    educational progress and goals.

 Advisor Responsibilities

  Students can expect UVU Advisors to:

  • Provide a safe space in which to share your thoughts, aspirations
    concerns, and interests; maintain confidentiality with all information
    shared; and treat you with respect as an adult.

  • Actively listen to your questions and concerns and provide
    information and support as needed.

  • Provide guidance and encouragement as you develop a clear and
    realistic educational plan, and assist you in making course and major

  • Understand and effectively communicate degree and graduation
    requirements, policies, and procedures.

  • Teach students how to use available tools for degree planning and course registration.

  • Provide information about UVU resources available to you and refer
    you to applicable campus services, organizations, and/or individuals as

  • Protect and secure the integrity of the UVU degree by complying with
    all college and departmental policies and requirements.