Engineering | School of Biological and Health Systems Engineering

Advising

Make an Appointment with an Advisor

Undergraduate students
To schedule an appointment with an advisor, please visit:  https://fultonapps.asu.edu/advising/

Graduate students
To schedule an appointment with an advisor please call 480-965-3028 (option 1) or email sbhse@asu.edu

Contact Us:
Office    : ECG 334 [map]
Email    :  sbhse@asu.edu
Hours   :  Monday to Friday 8 a.m. to 5 p.m.
Phone  :  480-965-3028

 

Have a question? Find your answer!

Undergraduate FAQs

 

 

Keli PalmerKeli Palmer Greenhagen
Assistant Director Academic Services
Keli.Palmer@asu.edu
480-965-3028
ECG 334B


Laura HawesLaura Hawes
Academic Success Specialist
Laura.Hawes@asu.edu
480-965-3028
ECG 334E

 


Jessica MeekerJessica Meeker
Academic Success Specialist
Jessica.Meeker@asu.edu    
480-965-3028
ECG 334G


Elizabeth TripodiElizabeth Tripodi
Academic Success Specialist
Elizabeth.Tripodi@asu.edu  
480-965-3028
ECG 334F


Robbie RunkRobbie Runk
Academic Success Specialist
Robbie.Runk@asu.edu
480-965-3028
ECG 334H


Kellie SpeerKellie Speer
Student Services Coordinator
Kellie.Speer@asu.edu 
480-965-3028
ECG 334 Lobby

 

 

 

Prepare for your Appointment


Thank you for scheduling an appointment with an academic advisor.  Our advising office is located in ECG 334.

The mission of the School of Biological and Health Services Engineering advising team is to develop an advising experience focused on providing high quality service and advocacy while guiding students to be empowered in their education experience through to graduation.  Our focus is to increase student retention and graduation rates university-wide by providing quality, accessible advising to all students.

To make your advising discussion effective, we recommend you follow the steps below:

Step 1:  Prepare, in advance, for a meeting with your advisor

  • Be ready to discuss your situation, plans, and goals with an open mind
  • Review Undergraduate FAQs…your answer may be in there
  • Review the Advising Syllabus

Step 2:  During your appointment

  • Be honest with yourself and your advisor
  • Be prepared to discuss the information you have gathered that is relevant to your goals for the meeting
  • Ask questions!  This is your chance to find out everything you ever wanted to know about your situation
  • Spend time getting to know your advisor and let them know who you are and your educational and career goals
  • Take notes and maintain a folder of key advising materials

Step 3:  After your appointment

  • If you have actions to take after the appointment, follow up with your advisor to confirm completion
  • Send any additional questions that might arrive

Forms


Graduate Student Forms

What do I do if I want to take more than 19 credits this semester?
Follow the petition process.

What do I do if I want to pursue a dual major?

Follow the petition process.

What do I do if I want to enroll in a 500 level course?

Follow the petition process.

What do I do if I need to take a class for the third time?

Follow the petition process.  

How do I receive credit for research or honors thesis?
Complete the Omnibus Form and return it with the required report to the SBHSE Advising Office, ECG 334.

 

Mission of Academic Advising


The mission of the School of Biological and Health Services Engineering advising team is to develop an advising experience focused on providing high quality service and advocacy while guiding students to be empowered in their education experience through to graduation.  Our focus is to increase student retention and graduation rates university-wide by providing quality, accessible advising to all students.

Core Values of Academic Advising (adopted from NACADA, 2005)

  • Advisors are responsible to the individuals they advise
  • Advisors are responsible for involving others, when appropriate, in the advising process
  • Advisors are responsible to their institutions
  • Advisors are responsible for higher education in general
  • Advisors are responsible to their educational community
  • Advisors are responsible for their professional practices and for themselves personally