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Associate Dean for Undergraduate Affairs
The BSOE Undergraduate Advising and Affairs Office is located in the Baskin Engineering Building, room 225. We are open Monday-Friday.
Our Reception hours are from 9:00-11:30am and are the time for drop-off or pick-up of forms, answering brief general questions, or signing in on the sign in sheet for same-day afternoon Express Advising.
If you would like to speak to an advisor, our peer and staff advisors are available to answer questions on a drop-in basis during our Express Advising hours 1:30-4:00pm.
If you cannot make our Express Advising hours, other advising is available by appointment only.
New students interested in pursuing a Baskin School of Engineering major are invited to visit our Getting Started With Engineering website, with links to major requirements, advising summaries, and class recommendations for first year frosh students. Still have questions? Send us a message at email@example.com and we'll be happy to assist you!
Tutorials on how to Add/Drop/Swap classes, override time conflicts, change grading options, and answers to other frequently asked enrollment questions are available on the registrar's web site. Step-by-step video tutorials can also be found on the Campus Orientation website.
Please see our page of information about wait lists for engineering students and students trying to enroll in engineering classes.
In support of the broader vision of the Baskin School of Engineering (BSOE), the mission of the Undergraduate Student Affairs Office (USAO) is to facilitate students' journeys toward a successful undergraduate education.
To promote the success of all students, the USAO provides clarity of policies, procedures, and resources available to facilitate students' self-sufficiency in navigating their undergraduate education from pre-matriculation to graduation.
The USAO advises students on engineering curriculum, and connects students to academic programs and opportunities that enhance their undergraduate experience and preparation as engineers for the 21st century.