University College Advising Center

How to Schedule an Advising Appointment

Students are encouraged to check RaiderNet to see who their assigned advisor is and contact that person to schedule an appointment. If no one is listed, use the guide below to help you determine the college that you should be advised by.  Please follow the information listed to help in scheduling an appointment.  Be prepared to provide your M# when calling or going online to schedule your appointment.  We also encourage you to read more about making the most of your advising appointment.


College of Basic & Applied Science

Call for an Appointment :

Agribusiness & Agriscience, Computer Science, Concrete Industry Management, Engineering Technology, Mathematical Sciences, Military Science, Physics & Astronomy majors call

  • Last Names A – L should call Jennifer Danylo at (615) 494-7874; Office located in Jones Hall 119
  • Last Names M – Z should call Travis Tipton at (615) 898-5087; Office located in Jones Hall 117

Aerospace majors - call Andrew Symonds at (615) 898-2055; Office located in BAS S236

Pre-Professional Health Science, Biology, and Chemistry majors – call Jennifer Hendrix at (615) 898-5465; Office located in DBS 241


College of Behavioral & Health Sciences - CKNB N251

Criminal Justice, Health & Human Performance, Human Sciences, Nursing, Psychology, Social Work


College of Business – BAS N219

Call for an in person or Skype appointment: 615-898-2764

Accounting, Business Administration, Business Education – Teaching, Non-Teaching, and Training & Development options, Economics (BS and BBA), Entrepreneurship, Finance – Business Finance, Financial Institutions Management, Insurance and Real Estate emphasis, Information Systems, Management, Marketing and Office Management.


College of Education - COE 307

Early Childhood Education, Elementary Endorsement, Special Education Endorsement, Secondary Education Endorsement

  • Students admitted to Teacher Education program or with 45 plus earned hours should contact June Adams at (615) 898-2680 for an appointment
  • Students NOT admitted to Teacher Education program (less than than 45 earned hours) should contact the University College Advising Center at (615) 898-2339 to schedule an appointment with Jim Rost
  • Secondary Education Endorsements can call (615) 898-2855 for assistance

College of Mass Communication - COMM 247

Electronic Media Communication, Journalism, Recording Industry

  • Students with less than 45 earned hours should contact the University College Advising Center at (615) 898-2339
  • Students with more than 45 earned hours go to www.mtsu.edu/masscomm/advising_mc.php to schedule an appointment with a college advisor

College of Liberal Arts - Todd 231

Art, English, Foreign Languages & Literatures, Geoscience, History, School of Music, Philosophy, Political Science, Sociology & Anthropology, Speech & Theatre


University College (Regents Online Degree Program or Bachelor of University Studies) 

Call of Appointment:

B.S. Liberal Studies, Professional Studies and University Studies majors

Prior Learning Assessment Candidates

  • Rebecca Richey - (615) 898-5230 - Rebecca.Richey@mtsu.edu
  • Tammy Bryant@mtsu.edu - (615) 898-2121 - Tammy.Bryant@mtsu.edu

Walk-in advising is available at Maple Leaf Suite K, 855 West College St, Murfreesboro, TN 37129. However students are encouraged to schedule an appointment so that they can reduce their wait time and meet with their assigned advisor.


 

 University College Advising Center - McFarland Bldg 

Call for an Appointment - (615) 898-2339

Students in the following categories should call the UCAC for advising:

  • Undeclared major
  • Education major (not yet admitted to Teacher Education program)
  • Mass Communication (up to 45 earned hours)
  • Pre-Nursing (all freshmen up to 30 earned hours & all students with GPA below a 2.8)

Make the most of your advising appointment by showing up prepared...

  • Show up early or on-time for your advising appointment. Call to cancel and/or reschedule your appointment well in advance if you are unable to make it so another student may take your appointment time.
  • Prepare a selection of courses. Include those that you would like to take and/or think you may need for your degree.
  • Check RaiderNet account for registration holds.
  • Bring a list of questions. Get the most out of your appointment and have all of your questions answered at one time.