Student Success Central

Advising Directory

Find Your Assigned College Advisor in 3 Places:

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Your BroncoDirect Student Center's Advisor Box

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Your CPP Connect Homepage's Success Team Box

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Starting in Fall 2022, all undergraduate students received an assigned advisor to help with academic planning, questions or concerns. Students are assigned to advisors based on majors, options, and other logistical factors. Your advisor is a dedicated advisor and assigned to work specifically with their assigned students because they are partnering closely with the department to ensure you have the most updated information to make progress towards graduation.

Other advisors may be available on a drop-in basis. Visit the advising center's website for more information, or CPP Connect to view drop-in availability for “General Advising for Non-Assigned Students.”

We are confident you will get the opportunity to build a supportive and productive relationship with your advisor. If you have additional questions or concerns, email
CPP Connect

CPP Connect

View your assigned advisor's appointment or drop-in availability in CPP Connect. You can also use CPP Connect for other types of advising and tutoring appointments. 

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College of Science Advising Center

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Undeclared Advising

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Additional Advising Resources

Connecting with Your Academic Advisor

You can view your assigned advisor's appointment or drop-in availability in CPP Connect. Advisors are available in person and in virtual formats throughout the year.

You can reach out any time, but your advisor may also reach out to you to check-in ahead of registration periods or other important milestones in your academic journey. Monitor your CPP email to ensure you do not miss any advising related communication.

Your College Advising Center has regular drop-in hours for quick questions. Visit the advising directory for their website.

Your academic advisor will provide an equitable and inclusive environment where you can discuss academic, career, and personal goals, ask questions and get resources, and develop the skills that will support your success at CPP and beyond.

Your advisor will assist with curriculum, degree/college requirements, graduation requirements, and university policies and procedures. They can also help you to think about your personal, academic, and career goals, and explore the steps to get you there. Lastly, they will serve as an advocate and liaison. They may refer you to other campus programs for assistance.

Bronco Advising Center: The Bronco Advising Center provides general academic advising and is available to all students. The BAC can answer general academic advising, Graduation Pledge, class registration, academic records, student financial, and undeclared advising questions. Drop-in advising with any BAC advisor is available to all students.

Additional Advisors: You will work with primary advisor for major advising, but if you are part of one of the below programs, you can work with the supplemental advisors for program-related support. They may reach out to you via email or CPP Connect: 

  • Bronco Athletics
  • Educational Opportunity Program
  • Kellogg Honors College
  • International Center
  • Reading, Advising, & Mentoring Program
Early Support: The Early Support team may reach out to you throughout the term to see if you're in need of assistance or resources. 

Retention & Graduation Specialists: Your college's Retention & Graduation Specialist can help you staty on track toward graduation. 

Faculty Mentors: If you have been working with a faculty member for advising or mentoring, you can still reach out to them for career advice and guidance on graduate school and internships, as well as input on research, upper-division courses, and other discipline-specific questions you may have.

You are expected to connect with their assigned academic advisor at least once a year. You’re welcome to meet with an advisor more frequently with any additional questions or concerns you may have.You may be invited to meet with an advisor and/or participate in group advising sessions multiple times a year.

  • Be on time and attentive during your advising session.
  • Review your CPP Connect Planner, Degree Progress Report (DPR) and Curriculum Sheet to identify classes you need.
  • Prepare a list of questions to bring with you and have some way to take notes.
  • Always use and check your CPP email.

You may receive an email from CPP Connect with a link to schedule an appointment with your advisor. You will also be able to find the link at the top of your CPP Connect homepage.

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