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Undergraduate Advising

Advising for upcoming course enrollment begins approximately one month prior to each semester's enrollment, but students who have general questions may stop by the advising office any time.

UNDERGRADUATE with questions regarding advising and enrollment can be directed to Louisa Nash (students with last names beginning with A through G) or Wora Fox (students with last names beginning with H through Z) at (405) 325-4411.

Students must be advised each semester before they can enroll.

Students who are in University College must be advised by a University College advisor.

When students come to the advising appointment, they should have an idea of the courses they want and need to take. Students must also familiarize themselves with their specific degree requirements. Degree sheets are available at the following locations:

  • College of Arts and Sciences Advising Office, Ellison Hall, Room 124
  • University College, Lissa and Cy Wagner Student Learning Center (1005 Asp Avenue) Room 100
  • Chemistry and Biochemistry Main Office, Stephenson Life Sciences Research Center, Room 1000
  • Chemistry Advising Office, Chemistry Building Annex, Room 214


Degree sheets are also available for download below.

The Undergraduate Handbook (pdf) contains information important to undergraduates, including advising, coursework and prerequisites, chemistry and biochemistry degree requirements, faculty and research and placement testing. It is recommended that all chemistry and biochemistry majors download a copy of the handbook. 
 

Enrollment

Our majors in the College of Arts and Sciences must be advised in the Chemistry and Biochemistry department prior to enrollment. After a schedule of courses is decided upon, the students will be authorized to enroll via One.

Students are not enrolled during their advising appointment. They must enroll themselves after being advised. Please refer to the online enrollment site for complete registration instructions.