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Undergraduate Academic Advising

Prior to meeting with the Department's major advisor, Kim Regier, students should see an advisor in the CLAS Advising Office

Graduating Seniors should see Kim Regier TWO semesters PRIOR to their graduation.

The Degree Audit is available in UCDAccess to track your degree progress. If you see problems with the biology portion of your audit, contact your major advisor​

Our biology major advisors will assist you with class selection, planning a balanced course schedule, assessing transfer credits, degree progression analysis and graduation requirements, and career counseling.

Meeting with your biology major advisor once a year is recommended. However, you may see them more often if you have specific questions or concerns. The beginning and end of each semester is the busiest, so plan ahead.


All declared biology majors have at least two advisors:

1)    Biology Major Advisor, Kim Regier, will assist you with class selection, planning a balanced course schedule, assessing transfer credits, degree progression analysis and graduation requirements, and career counseling. Meeting with your biology major advisor once a year is recommended. However, you may see them more often if you have specific questions or concerns. The beginning and end of each semester is the busiest, so plan ahead. Graduating Seniors should see Kim Regier TWO semesters PRIOR to their graduation.

Kimberly Regier (check office hours »)

E-mail: kimberly.regier@ucdenver.edu

Office: SI 2071 B 

Phone: 303-556-8309

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2)    CLAS Academic Advisor will help handle your general educational issues such as core curriculum advising, transfer credits evaluation for Core Curriculum, academic warning and probation.

3)    You may also choose to talk with one of the Department's Health Careers Advisors​

4)    You may also wish to discuss career plans with a biology faculty member in the field you are interested in. Please contact faculty directly for mentoring and career counseling.

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