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CLAS Academic Advising Center

Which option best describes you:

Current CLAS Residential Student

What form do you need approved by CLAS?

Combination Bachelor's and Master's Degree Request

Make sure you have the Undergraduate Department Faculty Coordinator and Graduate Department Faculty Coordinator signatures and then submit the form to forms@advising.ufl.edu from your @ufl.edu email address. Expect a processing time of up to 10 business days.

Dual Degree

If your two degrees are both in CLAS make sure you have the CLAS Department(s) Authorized Representative(s) signature(s), and then submit the form to forms@advising.ufl.edu from your @ufl.edu email address. Expect a processing time of up to 10 business days.

If Requested Major is NOT in CLAS Make sure you have signatures from Requested Major and College and then submit the form to forms@advising.ufl.edu from your @ufl.edu email address. Expect a processing time of up to 10 business days.

The Dean's Certification (Law School) form has to be completed by the Dean of Student's Office as they have access to your disciplinary record.

Financial Aid Plan of Work

Make an appointment with an academic advisor to discuss your plan for graduation and how your current registration applies to your degree.

Complete the top portion of the Hours Extension Form and submit it to forms@advising.ufl.edu from your @ufl.edu email address. Expect up to 10 business days processing time.

Submit an Undergraduate Application to Add or Cancel a Minor, request via one.uf.edu.

For a Multiple Majors within a College (aka Double Major) form, make sure you have the CLAS Department(s) Authorized Representatives' signatures, and then submit the form to forms@advising.ufl.edu from your @ufl.edu email address. Expect a processing time of up to 10 business days.

Submit your completed ROTC Graduation Plan form to forms@advising.ufl.edu from your @ufl.edu email address. Expect a processing time of up to 10 business days.

Submit your S-U (Satisfactory-Unsatisfactory) Grade Option Application form with Instructor and Department Chair Signatures to forms@advising.ufl.edu from your @ufl.edu email address. Expect a processing time of up to 10 business days.

For Study Abroad forms, obtain approval from department advisors/undergraduate coordinators for any courses that you wish to count toward a major/minor/certificate for course equivalency. Then submit the form to forms@advising.ufl.edu from your @ufl.edu email address.

Alternatively, you may make an appointment with an academic advisor to discuss your plan for graduation and how your current registration applies to your degree. Expect a processing time of up to 10 business days.

Transient Requests

  • If requesting to take courses at another public institution in Florida, complete a Florida Shines transient request. Expect up to 10 business days processing time.
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  • If requesting to take courses out-of-state or at a private institution, complete the UF transient form and the Transient Equivalency form.
    • Once you have filled out both forms and obtained department signatures for course equivalency for major/minor/certificate courses (emails from the departments @ufl.edu email addresses will be sufficient), forward all email approvals and the form to forms@advising.ufl.edu from your @ufl.edu email address. Expect a processing time of up to 10 business days.

For University Petition Interviewing Officer Statements, have the rest of your petition completed (personal statement, instructor forms, documentation), then make an appointment with an advisor.

You can meet with a CLAS General Academic Advisor, take advantage of Advising for Quick Questions, or send us an email if your question is relatively simple.

  • Appointments open at midnight 7 days in advance. If no appointments are listed, check back between 8:00 and 9:00 a.m. weekdays for same-day appointments. Masks may be requested in individual advising offices if scheduling an in-person appointment.
  • You can also take advantage of our remote Advising for Quick Questions between 2:30 and 4:00 p.m. Monday through Thursday if your question is quick, such as:
    • Students graduating this or next term who want to confirm they’ll meet the requirements.
    • Students who want to confirm their schedule will put them on track by the end of next term.
    • Students with simple questions about their degree audit (e.g., how do I meet foreign language, do I need another Writing course? etc.).
    • Students in first or second year who want to change their majors to a CLAS major and who are/can easily be on-track for the next term for the new major.
    Be sure to go to the ZOOM WAITING ROOM link in the pop-up box once you’ve signed into the Advising for Quick Questions lobby.

  • You can also schedule an appointment with a Peer Advisor:

  • Email advisor@advising.ufl.edu if you think your question is relatively simple, especially if you are not seeing any available appointments.

My questions are specific to my major (major course questions, major course sequencing, honors thesis, transfer courses counting in major, etc.)

You need to contact your major’s Undergraduate Coordinator.

If you're having a problem registering for a specific class, contact the department that offers the course to discover why you are having trouble registering for it. You can see the department in the class listing in Registration or the Schedule of Courses in one.uf.edu:
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Answers to many Pre-Law questions can be found on the Pre-Law website. Please review the information there first if you haven’t already.

For questions regarding exploring the field of law, application process, etc.:

For feedback on your written personal statement:

For quick Pre-Law questions, email the Pre-Law advising team at prelaw@advising.ufl.edu.

Which Pre-Health button best describes you:

UF Honors Program students who wish to speak with Meredith Beaupre for Pre-Health advising can check the Honors Program website or schedule an appointment by clicking on the Advising Module in their Canvas cohort.

Students in the UF College of Agricultural and Life Sciences may see Kathryn Ivey, Assistant Director of Academic Advising. Her information is located on the CALS Advising website.

Which best describes your academic/Pre-Health progression?

First year Pre-Health students at UF should speak with their college or major specific advisors for registration assistance and utilize the professions information tiles and course timelines on the Pre-Health advising website as well as the Pre-Health 101 video in the Pre-Health Essentials canvas course.

If you have questions concerning career exploration, how to obtain shadowing, clinical volunteering and experience, research, and the like, you might consider a Pre-Health Peer Mentor.

Pre-Health-specific questions can be addressed in our Pre-Health Quick Advising sessions.

Second-Year or later student starting at UF before Summer 2023

Select one option:

If you have questions concerning how to obtain shadowing, clinical volunteering and experience, research and the like, you might consider a Pre-Health Peer Mentor.

* Note: Appointments open up 7 days in advance, so if you do not see any available appointments, check again another day, as new appointments open up at midnight, 7 days in advance.

20 minute Drop/add Appointments are for CLAS Pre-health students with questions pertaining to drop/add only. All other questions should use the post drop add links off of the previous page to schedule an appointment after Drop/Add registration has passed.

If you're not sure who can answer your question, email advisor@advising.ufl.edu to explain what you need assistance with.

UF Online students can get advising information via the UF Online survey.

I am an admitted incoming student who:

I am beginning Innovation Academy this upcoming Spring.

If your major is in CLAS, in early to mid-November, you will receive an email to your @ufl.edu email address with instructions to book Spring 2024 advising appointment.

In-person and remote advising appointments are on November 29th and November 30th.

You must complete the “Schedule Building Worksheet” prior to your appointment.

New CLAS Students should register for and attend Preview. You will receive advising information before Preview via email and during Preview as well.

  • If you are a transfer student, sign up for Preview Transfer orientation. If your Preview session is coming up soon, check your @ufl.edu email for incoming transfer student advising information.
  • If you are a first-year student, sign up for Preview First-Year orientation. If your Preview session is coming up soon, check your @ufl.edu email for incoming student advising information and be sure to complete Preview Prep before Preview.

I am a NON-CLAS student (not pursuing a major in the College of Liberal Arts and Sciences).

If you have a Dual Degree form needing CLAS approval, make sure you have the CLAS Department Authorized Representatives' signatures, and then submit the form to forms@advising.ufl.edu. Expect up to 10 business days processing time.

To change to a CLAS major:

If you're having problems registering for a specific class, you need to contact the department that offers the course to discover why you are having trouble registering for it. You can see the department in the class listing in Registration or the Schedule of Courses in one.uf.edu:
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Are you an Honors student or a major in Agricultural & Life Sciences?

Students in the UF Honors Program who wish to speak with Meredith Beaupre for Pre-Health advising can check the Honors Program website or schedule an appointment by clicking on the Advising Module in their Canvas cohort.

Students in the UF College of Agricultural and Life Sciences may see Kathryn Ivey, Assistant Director of Academic Advising. Her information is located on the CALS Advising website.

Which of the following best describes your academic/Pre-Health progression?

First-Year students can get their Pre-Health questions answered via Pre-Health Quick Advising:

  • Fridays: 9:00 a.m. to 11:00 a.m.

Select one option:

* Note: Appointments open up 7 days in advance, so if you do not see any available appointments, check again another day, as new appointments open up at midnight, 7 days in advance.

Select the option that best describes your advising needs:

UF Alumni and Non-Traditional Student Appointments

Pre-Health Advising offers appointments for alumni who received an undergraduate or graduate degree from UF, or non-traditional students interested in returning to school to complete the pre-requisite courses for professional school application.

Please make an appointment with Bobbi Knickerbocker.

If you have difficulty making an appointment, contact Ani Kellermann in the Academic Advising Center at anyas.kellermann@advising.ufl.edu. Include your full name (during your time as a student, if different) and days/times that work best for an appointment. If you were a UF alum, please send Ani your UF ID number.

Please email advisor@advising.ufl.edu with your UFID (if you have one) and your question.

If you are:

  • Transfer: Check out our competitive admission information for CLAS majors. For further questions, join a Transfer Admissions Chat, Mondays 1:00 - 2:00 p.m. and 5:30 - 6:30 p.m., Tuesdays 3:00 - 4:00 p.m., Wednesdays 1:00 - 2:00 p.m., Thursdays 12:00 - 1:00 p.m., Fridays 11:00 a.m. - 12:00 p.m. ET.
  • First-Year: Admission as a first-year student (in any major) is handled by UF Admissions.
  • None of the above: email advisor@advising.ufl.edu with your UFID (if you have one) and your question.

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