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Academic Success and Advising Center
 

Advising

Programs we advise


The Academic Success and Advising Center at CU Denver provides academic advising to all undergraduate students who haven't yet entered into a major.

All other students are assigned to advisors in their college advising office. Click here to find your advisor if you have a declared major. 

Prospective students and faculty/staff questions are always welcome!

Undeclared Majors  

Undeclared Majors

Choosing the right major is important for student success and our advisors are here to help students along their self-discovery journey.

Pre-Business Students  

Pre-Business Students

If you were admitted as pre-business and have questions about what this means you can find information here, including how to get admitted to the Business School.

Pre-Engineering Students  

Pre-Engineering Students

Find information about what pre-engineering means and the requirements for preferred consideration for admission to the College of Engineering and Applied Science.

College of Arts and Media Freshmen  

College of Arts and Media Freshmen and Undeclared

CAM freshmen are assigned to the Academic Success and Advising Center for advising and are therefore required to meet with an ASAC advisor each semester before registering for classes. We’re here to help guide you through your first year experience and address your questions.

College of Arts and Media Freshmen  

Pre-Architecture Students

Find information about what pre-architecture means and the requirements for admission to the College of Architecture and Planning.
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