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The Advising and Mentoring Center provides online and in-person advising to all freshmen, student-athletes, ROTC, and MDS students. Advising services are available Monday – Friday from 8:00 am to 5:00 pm.  We are located in the Senator Judith Zaffirini Student Success Center 222, our office number is 956.326.2886, email advising@tamiu.edu. 

Important deadlines:

Spring 2021 

  • Thursday, April 22, last day to drop a course or withdraw from the University
  • May 5 – 11 Final Examination period

Spring 2021 Sub-term II (7 weeks)

  • Thursday, April 29, last day to drop a course or withdraw from the University
  • May 7, last class day and final exams

 

Only: Freshmen, MDS, ROTC, Student-Athletes and Undeclared Students
Send an email to advising@tamiu.edu to schedule an
Appointment with an Advisor

 

 

Survey

All others: Sophomore, Junior, Senior, and Graduate students see table below to find your advisor. 

Who is my advisor?

You may also login to DegreeWorks and find "Advisor" field and/or the "Overall Hours." Once you have located the two fields, refer to the table below to set an appointment. 

Who is my Advisor?

 

Advising at TAMIU

 If you are an

Click on link below to set up an appointment.

Incoming Undergraduate Student

(recent high school graduate or transfer)

 OFFICE OF RECRUITMENT & SCHOOL RELATIONS

Multidisciplinary Studies Major

(regardless of classification)

University College

   (956)326-2134 

Student-Athletes

(regardless of classification)

Student-Athletes Academic Advising request

Freshmen

(0-29 hrs) 

Freshmen Academic Advising request

Sophomores

(30-59 hrs)

A.R. Sanchez, Jr. School of Business 

 

College of arts & Sciences

 

College of Education

 

College of Nursing & Health Sciences (Nursing@tamiu.edu)

Juniors

(60-89 hrs)

Seniors

(90+ hrs)

Incoming Graduate Student

(you have a bachelor's or masters degree)

Graduate School
graduateschool@tamiu.edu 

Our Mission

The mission of University College is to empower students to become competent, resilient, and self-determined life-long learners. Utilizing collaborative academic and support programs, we aim to enhance the skills of every student through a personal empowerment path that fosters a learning community, critical thinking, and global citizenship. Students will be equipped with a growth mindset, a meaningful purpose, and a sense of belonging as they navigate through their education at TAMIU.