UAA News

We Are Moving: The Office of Undergraduate Academic Advising (UAA) will be closed Monday, November 20th through Wednesday, November 22nd. During this time, we will be moving to our temporary location within the College of Business, Reynolds Building (RBUS) 470.

Walk-In Advising Services (No Appointment Needed): From 8am – 4:30pm Monday through Friday, students can walk-in to RBUS 470 for advising from Monday, November 27 – December 19, 2017 and January 2 – January 23, 2018.

Why Are We Moving Temporarily:  The UAA office suite will undergo construction to create additional advising offices for the new centralized advising center to open February 1, 2018.

Temporary Location Duration
: UAA will remain in RBUS 470 from Monday, November 20, 2017 through Wednesday, January 23, 2018.

New Centralized Advising Office:
 UAA will be transformed into a place where all new entering UA Little Rock students will be advised.  The new office will open February 1, 2018.  Students will continue receiving advising from this office until they successfully complete 45 credit hours.  Some students will continue advising longer than 45 credit hours dependent on major and future career goals.

Advising For Special Populations:
 UA Little Rock has awesome academic support services for students within special populations such as athletes, military, Chancellor’s Leadership Corp, Charles W. Donaldson Scholars Academy, and others.  These students will be advised by the new centralized advising office and continue to receive academic support from the administrative units overseeing these populations.

When Will Centralized Advising Commence:
 The first population the new centralized advising office will advise are all students entering UA Little Rock for the summer and fall 2018 semesters.  Advising for these semesters will commence February 1, 2018 or shortly after the summer/fall class schedule becomes available.

Advising For Current Students Under 45 Credit Hours
Advising for current students will range between February and May 2018 for the summer and fall 2018 semesters.  During this time period, current students who have not successfully completed 45 credit hours will continue to receive advising services within their major college or department.  Only entering summer and fall 2018 students will be advised by the new centralized advising office.

As details about the new centralized advising office are finalized this website will be updated.