As an SDSU student, you are assigned to an academic advisor who can help you plan your degree and meet your needs related to your college experience. Many undergraduate students are assigned to Professional Academic Advisors who provide holistic guidance and support as you pursue your academic goals. You will meet with your advisor at least once each semester and are encouraged to ask questions about your academic program, discuss professional and personal goals, and request support with academic and personal challenges.
To find your advisor’s name and contact information, login to MyState and view your profile. Your advisor’s name will be listed under your major with a link to their email address.
If you don’t have an advisor listed, you can seek help through the following advising offices based on your year in college, location, and academic program. If you are not sure who to contact, start with the First Year Advising Center, listed below.
Points of Contact for Specific Student Populations
First Year Advising Center
Wagner Hall, Room 121
Off-Campus Centers or Online Locations:
Continuing & Distance Education
West Hall, Room 120
Points of Contact for Students Based on Academic Program
College of Agriculture, Food & Environmental Sciences Academic Programs Office
Berg Agricultural Hall, Room 162
College of Arts, Humanities & Social Sciences
Lincoln Hall, Room 129
College of Education and Human Sciences Academic Success Team
Wagner Hall, Room 249
College of Natural Sciences
Avera Health & Science, Room 131
College of Nursing, Nursing Student Services
Wagner Hall, Room 335
College of Pharmacy & Allied Health Professions Office of Student Services
Avera Health & Science, Room 133
Jerome J. Lohr College of Engineering
Crothers Engineering Hall, Room 201