Advising

Advising is important in helping students meet their educational and career targets. Meeting with an advisor at least once a semester helps students select courses that will best match their career interests and help ensure they avoid costly delays to graduation.

Advisors are assigned to students in the Engineering Physics program based on the first letter of their last name. The School of Engineering places an "enrollment hold" on students each semester. To enroll, students must first get an advisor to lift the hold. Should your regular advisor be unavailable, the other advisor will be happy to help you.

Advisors

Students whose last names begin with A-K: Professor Steve Hawley

Students whose last names begin with L-Z: Professor Chris Fischer


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