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Academic Advising

Our office focuses on the support and guidance of undergraduate students as they create a plan for their academic pursuits while at Texas A&M and beyond. We work to provide undergraduates with information necessary to make decisions in alignment with their goals, while also helping students fulfill the requirements to attain their degree from Texas A&M.

Office Hours

The University is requiring all advising take place online for the remainder of the Spring 2020 semester. We are currently working on updating our availability for student meetings via Zoom and will post updated information as quickly as possible. In the meantime, please email our office at SOCIadvising@tamu.edu with any questions or requests you have.

Upcoming Dates & Deadlines to Know for Advising

  • April 2: Pre-registration begins (view the undergraduate registration schedule)
  • April 14:
    • Last day for Q drops (5:00 pm sharp deadline for DROPPING, not to submit paperwork)
    • Last day to officially withdraw from the University
    • Last day to apply online for Spring 2020 graduation
    • Degree candidate Degree Requirement Verification deadline

Meeting with our Advisors

During advising meetings, our advisors can discuss a variety of topics with you including, but not limited to: 

Our Advisors

Zuleika Carrasco Academic Advisor IV Academic 107 (979) 845-5144 zuleika@tamu.edu Selected Duties:
  • Academic Guidance and Support to Undergraduates
  • Degree Plans, Graduate Clearance, Q-Drops, Minors
  • New Student Conferences
  • Prospective Student Meetings
Ziena Miller Academic Advisor II Academic 107 (979) 845-5144 zmiller@tamu.edu Selected Duties:
  • Academic Guidance and Support to Undergraduates
  • Degree Plans, Graduate Clearance, Q-Drops, Minors
  • New Student Conferences
  • Prospective Student Meetings