Quick Questions & Drop-In Hours:
Due to COVID-19, our office has transitioned to remote advising. Our advisors will continue to support students by working remotely and we are unavailable for in-person appointments.
Please email your advisor to set up phone/remote appointments over the summer. In the fall and spring, students can schedule appointments online using NEXUS.
Staff emails are found here.
Drop-in hours are for quick & general questions. Advisors typically spend 5-10 minutes with students. If your concern can’t be fully addressed, you’ll be asked to schedule an appointment with an advisor.
Please email your advisor to set up phone/remote appointments over the summer. Staff emails are found here: https://biology.uconn.edu/advising-staff/
Please use NEXUS to schedule appointments in the fall and spring: https://nexus.uconn.edu/. Please note that appointments are only offered during our regular hours of operation from Monday-Friday from 8AM-4:30PM, EST.
Assigned Academic Advisor:
Obtaining Advisor Signatures:
Please email forms to your assigned academic advisor. Please fill out and sign forms prior to emailing to your advisor.
The Biology Advising Center Staff advises about 2000 undergraduate students majoring in Biological Sciences, Ecology and Evolutionary Biology, Molecular and Cell Biology, Physiology and Neurobiology, and Structural Biology and Biophysics.
Advisors are available through remote appointments during our regular office hours of Monday-Friday from 8:30am-4:30pm. Summer hours are 8:00am-4:00pm (closed from 12:00-1:00 pm for lunch).
Academic Advisors promote an active partnership between students and advisors. Advisors provide guidance to students on academic matters and help students navigate the academic and organizational structure of the University. The advising relationship is both consultative and mutually respectful: the advisee should respect the advisor’s suggestions; the advisor is considerate of decisions made by the advisee. The academic advising process supports and promotes the development of students into life-long learners and pro-active, critical thinkers.