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University of Colorado Denver College of Liberal Arts and Sciences

CLAS Advising
 

College of Liberal Arts and Sciences

Types of Advising Services


Type Expectations Examples
Scheduled Advising

A previously scheduled appointment for comprehensive, face-to-face time with your assigned academic advisor.

Not Recommended for:
  • Students who have not met previously with an advisor
  • Students looking for help picking out a full schedule of classes


30 minute maximum

Call 303-556-2555 to schedule an appointment.​​


  • Complete progress evaluation
  • Senior review of credits to determine eligibility for graduation
  • New transfer students
  • Education students
Stop-In Advising

A short face-to-face interaction with your assigned academic advisor on a first-come, first-serve basis. Note: expect to wait in-line.

Not recommended for:
  • New student's first visit
  • Undergraduate teacher education students


10-15 minute maximum


  • Partial review of academic progress
  • Requests for overloads, study abroad, and other signatures
  • Submit late drop/add petitions
  • Referrals to other offices
Scheduled telephone advising​

An arranged telephone conversation with assigned advisor to discuss academic progress. Typically for out-of-state students.

Note: Telephone appointments are arranged at the discretion of the assigned advisor for students whose personal/work responsibilities prevent student from meeting advisor in CLAS Advising Office.



30 minutes maximum
An academic evaluation is completed by assigned advisor and e-mailed or fax to student prior to arranged time. It can take up to two weeks to arrange telephone appointments. Students are responsible for calling us at arranged time.



  • On-line student who will complete their entire degree on line. Note: Denver metro area on-line students are expected to take time to meet with their assigned academic advisors in person on a regular basis.
  • New transfer students who will not be in Colorado previous to the start of the term.
Telephone Call Or E-mail Advising

S
hort general questions for your assigned academic advisor.

Note: The extent of e-mail and phone interaction is at the discretion of the advisor. If questions involves reviewing student’s academic record fully, student will be required to schedule an appointment with assigned advisor.



Student will have previously met with assigned advisor. Advisors return calls and e-mails within 72 hours or three business days.



  • Feedback about a schedule change
  • Questions about individual courses meeting core requirement
  • Clarifications of issues raised during an appointment