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The Academic Advising Center (AAC) provides undergraduate advising services for CLAS students, Exploratory students, Pre-Health and Pre-Law students, and other students interested in CLAS majors. We see students in Farrior Hall Monday through Friday, 8 a.m. - 4:30 p.m. on a walk-in basis. Appointments are also available.

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Advising Grad Assistant Position Available

The Academic Advising Center has one paid advising position available for 2014-2015 for a graduate student. Open until filled. Apply.

Spring 2014 Graduation Applications

The Spring graduation application deadline has passed. See Linda O'Donnell in Farrior Hall, Room 105 for a late degree application.

Explore Our Majors

A liberal arts and sciences education provides exciting opportunities for current and future careers. See the detailed site about our majors, cool courses, and ideas for potential careers.

Honors Thesis for Spring 2014

If you are writing a thesis for the Spring 2014, you must submit a typed Thesis Submission Form to Linda O'Donnell in Room 105 of the AAC by April 23, 2014. You must upload the final revision of your thesis to the Honors Program site by May 4. This can be done by completing the title/abstract submission form. Please check with your major Department for their submission date.

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Our Pre-Health team has a list of workshops, including 14 available online!

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Academic Advising Center
Farrior Hall
100 Fletcher Drive
PO Box 112015
Gainesville, FL 32611-2015
Phone: 352-392-1521
Fax: 352-392-2905


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