After the first year and if a student does not fall into one of the special advising populations listed, advising is coordinated through the student’s major program.

Advising contacts according to major

College of Humanities and Sciences
(including humanities, sciences and social sciences majors)
Office of Student Services
Hibbs Hall, Room 211
Phone: (804) 827-8211

School of Allied Health Professions
Department of Clinical Laboratory Sciences
Randolph Minor Annex, Basement
301 College Street
Phone: (804) 828-9469

Department of Radiation Sciences
West Hospital, 6th Floor, West Wing
1200 East Broad Street
Phone: (804) 828-9104

School of the Arts
Art Foundation
Office of the Director
Bowe Street Parking Deck, 5th Floor
609 Bowe Street
Phone: (804) 828-1129

Other advising
Contact major department

School of Business
Office of the Associate Dean for Undergraduate Studies
Snead Hall
301 West Franklin Street
Phone: (804) 828-3710

School of Dentistry
Division of Dental Hygiene
Lyons Building
520 North 12th Street
P.O. Box 980566
Phone: (804) 828-9096

School of Education
Office of the Assistant Dean
Oliver Hall, Room 2090
1015 West Main Street
Phone: (804) 828-3382 or see College of Humanities and Sciences for undergraduate advising within the major

Health, Physical Education and Exercise Science
Oliver Hall, Room 1037
1015 West Main Street
Phone: (804) 828-1948

School of Engineering
601 West Main Street
Phone: (804) 828-3925

School of Nursing
School of Nursing Building, Room 1001
1100 East Leigh Street
P.O. Box 980567
Phone: (804) 828-5171

School of Social Work
Office of the Director for the B.S.W. Program
Raleigh Building, Room 103
1001 West Franklin Street
Phone: (804) 828-0703

The Honors College
West Grace Street Student Housing
701 West Grace Street
P.O. Box 843010
Phone: (804) 828-1803

For additional information, visit academicadvising.vcu.edu.

Academic advising and learning support courses

University Academic Advising offers several academic advising and learning support courses to students, including Introduction to the University; MINDSET for Academic Success; Education and Career Planning; Focused Inquiry I and II; Focused Learning in BIOL   151/BIOL   152. These courses support students in achieving academic success.