All degree-seeking undergraduate students are required to meet with an academic advisor before registering for classes. Regular contact with an academic advisor is essential to student success.
Based on their major, students are advised either in one of three college advising centers or in academic departments.
New freshmen are contacted by a professional advisor to set an advising appointment.
New transfer students, new degree-seeking post-baccalaureate students, and students returning to UA Little Rock after having not enrolled for two years are contacted by one of the college advising centers to be connected with an advisor.
Continuing students taking classes for at least one semester can locate their advisor in BOSS.
- Visit blackboard.ualr.edu and log in with your NetID
- From Quick Links, choose “Access Your Records” to visit BOSS.
- Select the Student Services tab.
- Select “My Advisor” from the list.
- Select the current semester.
- View your advisor’s name and contact info.
For more information about advising, visit ualr.edu/advising and follow the path for your student status. Students interested in graduate studies in healthcare should contact their principal advisor. For resources on graduate admissions, test prep, etc., please visit this webpage: https://ualr.edu/cstem/advising/health-professions-resources/.
College of Business, Health, and Human Services
Center for Student and Career Services
RBUS Suite 109C | 501-916-3009 | https://ualr.edu/cbhhs/advising/
Business Information Systems
Communication Sciences and Disorders
K-12 Health and Physical Education
Health Education and Promotion
Interpretation: American Sign Language/English
College of Humanities, Arts, Social Sciences, and Education
Student Success Center
Fine Arts Bldg. 256 | 501-916-6700 | email@example.com
Associate of Arts in General Studies
Professional and Technical Writing
Community Management and Development Legal Studies Interdisciplinary Studies
Education: Elementary, Middle, and Special Education
Donaghey College of Science, Technology, Engineering, and Mathematics
EIT Bldg. 117 | 501-916-3226 | firstname.lastname@example.org
Web Development and Design
Construction Management and Civil and Construction Engineering
Students who are undecided about a major will be advised in the College of Humanities, Arts, Social Sciences, and Education Student Success Center, which will help students align their interests, aptitudes, and goals with a major
Students who have already declared a major and would like to change to a different major should consult with their existing advisor about how to change majors.