Fall 2018 Advising Update
Biology Advising Information
Students who have officially declared a biology major should meet regularly with a biology advisor, ideally once a semester. Exploring students who go to the Undergraduate Advising Center (UAC) for advising also are invited to meet with a biology advisor, particularly to draft a degree completion plan and to discuss biology course details and career options.
How to Make an Advising Appointment
Our team of advisors can help you understand our different majors, your KU Core requirements, and assist you in selecting courses to complete your degree. Our advisors can also direct you to campus resources and offices to help you succeed at KU.
First Year Students:
Your assigned advisor is based on the first letter of your last name. For an appointment, please call (785)864-3500 8am-5pm Monday-Friday or visit 109 Strong Hall to make an appointment with your assigned advisor below:
A-Q: Darrell Johnson, firstname.lastname@example.org
R-Z: Bhargavi Krishnan, email@example.com
Returning and Transfer Sophomores-Seniors:
Your assigned advisor is based on the first letter of your last name. For an appointment, please contact your assigned advisor via email and include a list of days and times that you are available:
A-I: Dr. Trevor Rivers, firstname.lastname@example.org
J-M: Dr. Dyan Morgan, email@example.com
N-Z: Lindsey Deaver, firstname.lastname@example.org
Students who have been meeting with a faculty advisor, may continue doing so. However, you are always welcome to meet with your assigned advisor. Your assigned advisor will also appear within your myKU Portal.
Making the Most of Your Advising Appointment
Make the most of your advising appointment by being prepared. Review your up-to-date DPR before your meeting, and print and take your Checklist, as well as the appropriate biology degree requirement checksheet, to your meeting. Have a plan for the courses you need and want to take in upcoming semesters, keeping in mind that some courses are offered only in the fall or spring and have specific prerequisites.
General advising information