Welcome to the University Advising Center!
In order to best protect our students and ourselves, our advising services are available only
by phone, email, and Zoom at this time. Please contact us at (559) 278-1787 or email@example.com so we may find the best way to assist you with your questions. Note: there may be
a delay in response time due to volume of voicemails and emails being received.
You may also email your assigned undeclared advisor directly or click here for steps on how to book an appointment online with us. The University Advising Center looks forward to working with you shortly! Thank you!
Monday|Tuesday|Thursday|Friday, appointments only
9:00am - 11:00am & 1:30pm - 3:30pm
Note: No appointments will be scheduled during the week of November 2-6; only walk-in advising
Every Wednesday - Virtual Walk In's via Zoom (first come first serve) 9:00am - 11:00am & 1:30pm - 4:00pm
Virtual Walk-Ins available November 2-6 (no appointments) 9:00am-11:00 & 1:30pm-4:00pm
Enter the waiting room and someone will assist you shortly. If you are removed from the waiting room unintentionally,
please click the link again to re-enter.
Meeting ID: 907 067 828 Password: 344130
Your journey begins here! We support all undergraduate students.
“The mission of the University Advising Center is to empower undergraduate students by helping them take responsibility for achieving their academic and personal goals, with a particular focus on the undeclared /undecided student, and to support the university advising community.”
The University Advising Center is the major department for undeclared students. If you have not declared your major or are considering changing your major please view these resources or contact us for an appointment.
Major Advising Centers
For students with a declared major, click here to find your Major Advising Center.
Probation & Disqualification
Undergraduate students whose campus or cumulative grade point average (GPA) falls below a 2.00 are placed on probation or disqualification standing based on units earned .
Campus Advisors Network (CAN)
The purpose of the Campus Advisors Network (CAN) is to establish monthly connections with our advising community, develop camaraderie, and share information to enhance the services we provide for students.
If you attended Fresno State in the past and are interested in returning, please click here for additional information.
Student Holds: Information on the various academic holds students may see on their Student Center and what is needed to clear the hold.