University Advising & Student Transitions

We are excited to partner with you for your academic success. Some things you need to know for Spring 2021:

  1. Advising Sessions for Spring 2021 will include virtual and in-person meetings. Review the Advising Appointment Scheduler inside MyVSU to review appointment options.

  2. We recommend you download Microsoft Teams to your computer and/or mobile device. Microsoft Teams is the platform we will use. It allows for video conferencing and screen sharing.

  3. Things are moving a bit slower than usual due to increased email and phone volume. Please be patient with us. We will get back to you as quickly as we can.

We look forward to working with you and wish you the best as you begin Spring 2021. Also, please know we have had increased email and call volume. Please know you can use the resources you have in DegreeWorks and Visual Schedule Builder. 


Advising is an essential component of a student’s successful academic life. At VSU, you’ll be placed with a professional, academic advisor specific to your college starting your first semester. Your advisor will work with you throughout your college career to ensure that you remain on track, complete courses required to obtain your degree, connect to campus resources, and discover your academic and career interests. 

College Advising Centers

 

Mission Statement

University Advising & Student Transitions provides academic advising and student transition support for all Valdosta State University undergraduate students. Through a collaborative partnership, advisors, faculty, and staff work proactively with students to develop academic, career, and life goals. Advisors and staff provide timely and accurate information to students as they establish and navigate a clear educational pathway, which complements their strengths, talents, and abilities.

A NOTE TO MILITARY STUDENTS

Active Duty Military needs to show proof of approval from their command Educational Services Officer (ESO) to enroll in courses. Please be sure to meet with your assigned advisor in advance of registration.