As an SBS student at Northern Arizona University, help is always available to you
NAU advisors will help you determine the courses to take as you work towards your degree with the College of Social and Behavioral Sciences. Our departments also have staff and faculty members available to assist with input to ensure your path to degree completion is on the right track. Whether you’re a new student, transfer student, online student, or continuing student, advising services are available to you.
Communication majors and students in the Bachelor of University Studies program please visit the SBS Advising Office on North Campus in the School of Communication (#16), third floor (room 370).
All other SBS majors please visit the SBS Advising Office on South Campus in SBS West (Bldg. #70), middle floor (Rm 114). If you have immediate questions, please email SBS.Advisor@nau.edu
NAU advising services
Want to know the course path that will help lead you in the right direction towards your degree? Use the NAU progression plan as a guide.
First year students and undeclared students
Sophomore, junior and senior Students, including online students
Current NAU students, including online students, are encouraged to use NAU’s appointment planner to schedule an appointment with their assigned advisor. Questions can also be asked by emailing or calling your NAU advisor. Not sure who your advisor is? Use your student center in LOUIE.
Need a degree plan or graduation evaluation? Schedule a full advising appointment! Call us at 928-523-6540 schedule your appointment or use the online scheduling tool.
Incoming transfer students
You can now schedule an advising appointment online with the new online scheduler. Tips for scheduling:
- Click ‘send a note to the advisor:’ Explain why you need to meet with an advisor.
- Click ‘send an email summary to yourself:’ This is a copy of your appointment.
- Click ‘add to calendar:’ this will provide you with a reminder.
When you get to your appointment:
1. Sign in at the computer because this is how we know you have arrived.
2. Have a seat in the waiting area.
3. Be patient, we will be with you shortly.