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Undergraduate students have a variety of resources for academic advisement. As you progress through the academic program, each member of your advisement team will play a different role, depending on your status and needs. Key advisement personnel are reviewed below and summarized in the Advisement Table below. Students enrolled in the Access to College Excellence (ACE) Program, Daniel Acker Scholars Program, Educational Opportunity Program (EOP), and University Honors College, as well as student athletes, are also served by their unique program offices.

Advisement Table

The primary point of contact for all undergraduate students is Amanda Allen, the undergraduate academic coordinator. Students may contact Ms. Allen with any of the issues in the table below.

If you need help with: Contact:
General education, transfer credits, HUB errors, degree audit, Finish in 4 SEAS engineering advisor
Elective choices, career opportunities CSEE faculty advisor
Academic integrity issues Course instructor, Director of Undergraduate Studies: Qian Wang (Civil), Ning Dai (Environmental), Department Chair: Alan Rabideau
Undergraduate Open House, Individual meetings or visits Undergraduate Academic Coordinator: Amanda Allen
Force registration Undergraduate Academic Coordinator: Amanda Allen
Any other issues Director of Undergraduate Studies: Qian Wang (Civil)
 or Ning Dai (Environmental)

Advisement Resources


Interactive flowsheets show the recommended sequence of courses to satisfy the degree requirements for undergraduate engineering programs. These online versions highlight pre-requisite and co-requisite courses to help you identify which courses must be completed before moving forward.

SEAS Portal

The SEAS Portal is a collection of academic planning tools for students, faculty and staff in the School of Engineering and Applied Sciences. Learn more about the SEAS Portal here

HUB Academic Advisement Reports

The HUB Academic Advisement Report is an advising tool that tracks progress toward graduation by showing how courses taken meet graduation requirements. Students should examine their reports carefully and speak to an engineering advisor if there are questions or discrepancies.


A variety of tutoring resources are available for CSEE students.