Academic Advising

 

Our Mission:

  • Educate a diverse group of students and stakeholders about University and School policies, procedures, programs, and resources.
  • Create active partnerships to support and empower undergraduate students in making meaningful academic decisions in pursuit of their goals.
  • Foster student growth and development toward becoming engaged members of the university community and contributing members of society.

 

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Find Your Advisor

NAME ADVISING MAJOR DROP IN HOURS DROP IN LINK EMAIL
Amy Donofrio
Academic Advisor
Computer Science

Computer Science and Engineering

Thursdays from 10am-12pm LINK amy.donofrio@uconn.edu
Suzanne Borton
Academic Advisor
Mechanical Engineering

Management & Engineering for Manufacturing

Mondays and Thursdays from 10am-12pm LINK suzanne.borton@uconn.edu
Althea Lozefski
Academic Advisor
Civil Engineering

Environmental Engineering

Materials Science & Engineering

Engineering Physics

Mondays and Thursdays from 10am-12pm LINK althea.lozefski@uconn.edu
Ashely Rose McLaury
Academic Advisor
Mechanical Engineering Mondays and Thursdays from 10am-12pm LINK ashleyrose.mclaury@uconn.edu
Lisa Ephraim
Academic Advisor
Biomedical Engineering by appointment only (Nexus) LINK lisa.ephraim@uconn.edu
Mariel Zoni
Associate Director
Chemical Engineering by appointment only (Nexus) LINK mariel.zoni@uconn.edu
Nick Delaney
Academic Advisor
Electrical Engineering, Computer Engineering, Computer Science Mondays and Thursdays from 10am-12pm LINK nick.delaney@uconn.edu
Shoshana Armington
Assistant Director of Advising for Student Transitions
Multidisciplinary Engineering

Undecided Engineering

Exploring Engineering

Fridays from 12pm-2pm LINK shoshana.armington@uconn.edu
Dana Ziter
Assistant Director of Student and Faculty Engagement
by appointment only (Nexus) LINK dana.ziter@uconn.edu

 

Please note that advising in the School of Engineering is mandatory for every student, every semester.

Current Students:

  • Faculty advisors and professional staff are assigned to you according to major. 
  • Typically, first and second year students are assigned to a professional staff advisor who assists them with their transition to college, navigating the University, and course selection and academic planning.
  • Faculty advisors typically meet with engineering students with junior or senior standing. They assist students in their course selection, counsel them in meeting their educational and career goals, and provide discipline-specific mentorship.

Not sure who your advisor is?

Check Student Center on your Student Admin Account