The following Academic Advisors serve the public health undergraduate students:
Main campus students with last names A-E
NOTE: Abba is currently out on maternity leave. Students with last names A-E, please contact Melanie Fleck (firstname.lastname@example.org | 520.626.3205).
Main campus students with last names F-M
Main campus students with last names N-Z
Fully online students
Academic advisors meet with public health students by appointment and by drop-in hours during regular business hours. Advising by email is also available. Available appointment slots can be found here: Trellis Advise.
Students not affiliated with the public health pre-major, major or minor, should view the information session posted here before signing up for appointment or drop-in advising with a public health advisor.
As of 3/13/2020, all advising appointments will happen virtually through Zoom. There will be no posted in-person appointment slots. Your advisor is also available over email. You will still sign up for an appointment via Trellis advise.
Students sign up for an appointment by selecting an available slot on Trellis Advise.
- The 30 minute private appointment is with the student's assigned academic advisor (determined by campus and last name).
The advising appointments are intended for more complex or multi-question advising, for example, four year course planning, study abroad planning, probation meetings, SAP appeals, degree audits, questions regarding out-of-state transfer courses.
Advising by Drop-In (Virtual):
As of 3/13/2020, all drop-ins will be held virtually.
|Monday||2:30 pm - 4 pm|
|Tuesday||10 am - 12 noon; 2:30 pm - 4 pm|
|Wednesday||10 am - 12 noon; 2:30 pm - 4 pm|
|Thursday||10 am - 12 noon; 2:30 pm - 4 pm |
Drop-In Advising - Virtual (using video-conferencing)
- Students log into the Zoom meeting (link provided via Trellis Advise). Students are seen based on the order they enter the Zoom waiting room, on a first come, first seen manner.
- The 10-15 minute quick and private session is with the on-call academic advisor.
- Note: The technology used for these virtual meetings is "Zoom", which is a video and web conferencing solution offering audio, video, screen sharing, and much more. Students can join meetings using Windows, Mac, Linux, iOS, Android, or a telephone.
Drop-in advising is intended for less complex or one question advising, for example, help adding one course to semester schedule, turning in preceptor or independent study paperwork, questions on Arizona university/community college transfer courses.
To make the most of time with your advisor, come prepared!
The following links may be useful to you as you prepare for your advising meeting:
- Public Health Curriculum Guide for Main Campus students and Arizona Online students
- Public Health Undergraduate Academic Policies & Forms
- University Academic Dates & Deadlines
- Transfer Credit
Students can also visit The Hub for up-to-date information on registration information, email and communication tips, and other advising resources.