Getting good grades in classes is challenging enough, not to mention managing the rest of life. We are here to support you on your path to graduation. You have a Skyhawk Advisor assigned to your academic division, along with most departments having a Faculty Academic Advisor wanting to meet with you. Sure, we can help you with class registration, finding a major, and degree planning, but we can also help you find resources to overcome any obstacles life puts in your way.
Do you have other academic questions or concerns? Get advising support in-person!
An Advisor from your academic division may not be available during drop-in hours, but all Advisors are able to assist you for general questions and schedule changes. If you're seeking assistance for GPA, Pace, and/or Degree Plans for Financial Aid, or if you have more specialized needs, please contact your Primary Advisor, which can be found by logging into WebOPUS, clicking on My Student Profile and then viewing the list of Advisors in the middle of the page.
Skyhawk Advisors are available for in-person advising on a first-come, first-served basis from 9 a.m. to 4 p.m. in Skyhawk Station.
Please check in at the Skyhawk Station front counter/window before proceeding to the Advising Suite.
From planning out the bigger picture to figuring our registration, you can find academic advising to help you create the academic experience you want at FLC.
Discuss options for majors, minors and certificates. Clarify credits you’re transferring from another institution. Review the courses you’ve completed so far, and what remains between you and your degree. Create a plan to graduate in a timely manner, while making the most of your opportunities for internships, undergraduate research, study abroad, and more.
Get support choosing your courses for next semester and how adding or dropping a class might impact your degree plan. Clean up any holds you may have that prevent you from registering. You can meet with a member of your advising team or check out our online registration resources.
Get support when you’re struggling, whether you’re considering dropping a class, have received an academic warning, or you’ve been put on academic probation. Learn more about academic warning and probation.