Undergraduate Advising

Is this your first year at ASU?

First-year students (not including new transfer students or online students) receive advising support in Armstrong Hall.

First-year advising

The School of Historical, Philosophical and Religious Studies (SHPRS) is committed to your success as a student at ASU and beyond.  Academic advisors are here to help you successfully transition to the university and make progress towards your educational goals and graduation by making sure you understand curricula, policies and procedures.

Make an appointment

Meet your advisors     

Please note that the online scheduling system only shows available appointments over the next two weeks. If you see a message saying that no appointments are available, this means that all appointments are currently full. Please return to the scheduling system the next business day to see additional appointments. On-campus students may come to walk-in advising and online students may book same-day "express advising" appointments on Mondays. Please see below for more information.

Meeting with Your Advisor

In your meetings with your advisor, you will identify academic and career goals, create and implement plans and assume responsibility for your education. You should meet with your advisor at least once per semester.

PLEASE NOTE: When you schedule your appointment, please include the following in the Notes section:

  • Your phone number
  • The reason(s) for your appointment
Appointments cannot be scheduled by phone or e-mail.

Drop-in Career Advising

Time: 3 - 5 p.m. (Click the links to view more information on Handskake)

Monday, January 27 - COOR 5501
Monday, February 24 - COOR 3301
Monday, March 30 - COOR 3301
Monday, April 27 - COOR 3301

Walk-in Advising

Walk-in advising is intended for issues that can be resolved with a brief meeting with an advisor. Students should schedule an appointment for issues that require longer sessions, including academic probation, change of major, and new transfer student advising. To schedule an advising appointment, click on the maroon link near the top of this page.

Monday: 3 - 5 p.m.
Tuesday: 2 - 4 p.m.
Thursday: 2 - 4 p.m.

For our ASU Online students, we offer same day “express” phone appointments on Monday afternoons from 2-5p.m. For details, please see: https://shprs.asu.edu/content/undergraduate-advising.

Location: Coor Hall - 3rd Floor
Phone: 480-965-8364
Email: SHPRSadvising@asu.edu

Same Day “Express” Phone Appointments (ASU Online students only)

We offer same day “express” phone appointments on Monday afternoons to our ASU Online students. This is a convenient way for online students to have a brief advising session for issues that can be resolved quickly. Some types of advising require a longer, more in-depth session and so are not appropriate for express advising, including first-time advising appointments (for new students), academic probation, and change of major. Students should schedule a regular phone advising appointment for these. To schedule a regular phone appointment, click on the maroon link near the top of this page.

To schedule an express appointment, please call the Advising Center at (480) 965-8364 or e-mail SHPRSAdvising@asu.edu the same Monday between 9 a.m. and 12 p.m. AZ time. If e-mailing, please include the phone number where we can reach you. Appointments will be scheduled for that same afternoon between 2 p.m. and 5 p.m. Express appointments will be booked on a “first-come, first-served” basis. Once all time slots for that day are full, we will not be able to accommodate additional students. An advisor will call you at your appointment time at the phone number you provide. Please have access to a computer during your appointment. Express phone appointments will be scheduled that same day only, not in advance, and are reserved for ASU Online students.

Same Day “Express” Phone Advising schedule:

Mondays 2-5 p.m.

To schedule, please call 480-965-8364 or e-mail SHPRSAdvising@asu.edu the same day between 9 a.m. and 12 p.m. AZ Time (AZ's current time can be found here.)