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Coggin College of Business Advising


Academic Advising is closed for meetings or special events on the following days:

  • Friday, April 1st         8:30am-11:30am

What We Do

Welcome to Coggin Advising. Please see the below information regarding advising options and operations. We strive to guide you toward your academic goals by providing information, references, and advice. Advising is an engaging process between the advisor and the advisee where ultimately you are in full control of your educational experience. We are a resource to help you succeed.
  • Coggin College of Business Advising Team
    Susan Eisenberg

    Susan Eisenberg, M.E.
    Interim Director

    Felicia Bernard headshot

    Felicia Bernard
    Executive Secretary

    Chassidy Williams

    Chassidy Jackson, M.S.
    Undergraduate Advisor

    Jeremy Baker

    Jeremy Baker, M.A.
    Undergraduate Advisor 

    Abbie Demcher headshot

    Abbie Demcher, M.S.
    Undergraduate Advisor

    Morgan Conner headshot

    Morgan Connor, M.A.
    Undergraduate Advisor

Advising Testimonials

They seemed to always be available to answer any questions I had and guided me to make the best choices for myself when it came to a change in major, while ultimately encouraging me to make the choices that I felt were best for myself.
I was never confused about what I needed to do to get my degree. Since my sophomore year, my advisor has helped me figure out what major I belonged in and truly changed my college years for the better. I am confident I am graduating with the degree I am meant to have.

Student Academic Success Services

All of SASS's services are free for UNF students and SASS is dedicated to helping Ospreys succeed in challenging programs of study, transition from high school to college, and become better students by developing supportive programming in partnership with faculty, staff, and administrators. Support options are available in a variety of formats depending on your classes or learning styles:

  • Supplemental Instruction (SI)
  • Peer-Assisted Student Success (PASS)
  • Academic Tutoring & Coaching
  • Webinars & Workshops
  • Persistence Advocacy


Learn More About SASS
  • What are the hours of operation for Academic Advising?

    We are located in Building 1, Suite 1901

    Appointments: Monday through Friday, 8:30am - 2:30pm

    To schedule an advising appointment:

    • myWings > Student > Make Advising Appointment


    Drop-in Advising Hours: Monday through Thursday, 3:00pm - 5:30pm


    Coggin Advising


    General office hours are Monday through Thursday, 8am - 6pm and Friday 8am – 3pm.

    • Phone: (904) 620-2575

  • How do I meet with an advisor?

    Students are able to schedule an appointment with their academic advisor through myWings. Instructions on contacting your advisor can be found on the "Make an appointment" dropdown near the top of this page.

    Advisors are also always available for Zoom drop-in sessions during the posted "Drop-in/walk-in" advising hours. If you have any questions you can call the office at 904-620-2575 or email

  • Why do I need a Degree Evaluation and an Osprey Map?

    The Degree Evaluation is an electronic document that allows students to track their academic progress. The document is updated every semester as students complete degree requirements to reflect the most up-to-date academic progress. The Osprey Map is a detailed guide for the best path for a student to take courses and serves as a course sequencing guide for students.

  • How do transient students register for Coggin College of Business courses?

    Transient students seeking to enroll in Coggin College of Business courses must get permission prior to registration. All prerequisites for Coggin College of Business courses are strictly enforced. Students can access the UNF catalog on the web to determine if courses they wish to register for have prerequisites.

    Transient students may contact Coggin College of Business Academic Advising to find out if they qualify to take Coggin College of Business courses. Transient students will be required to furnish proof that prerequisites for Coggin College of Business courses have been satisfied. A transient student admissions application is not sufficient proof that prerequisites have been met.

    To obtain additional information about enrollment in Coggin College of Business courses, please call Coggin Academic Advising at (904) 620-2575 or send an e-mail to Please remember to include your full name, UNF ID (N number), and course number(s) in your e-mail.

  • How do I get permission for a directed independent study?

    Students may pick up the appropriate form from the departmental offices or Academic Advising. Forms are to be completed by the student and the faculty member directing the independent study. It is the student's responsibility to arrange with the professor the course title and course specifications required. These specifications must include how the study is to be evaluated for a grade. After the appropriate signatures are obtained (student, faculty member, department chairperson, and Director of Academic Advising), the form should be submitted to Academic Advising (Bldg 10/Rm 1351). If all the appropriate requirements are met including student eligibility, electronic permission is given by the Director of Academic Advising. Students are notified of the approval or denial by email.

    Students may be approved for a maximum of six DIS hours.

  • Do you offer online classes?
    The Coggin College of Business offers some online and hybrid (online and in-class) course; typically the majority of our offerings are traditional (in-class) courses.
  • Can I take classes at another institution once I enroll in the Coggin College of Business at UNF?

    III. Miscellaneous Policies 

    In general, concurrent/transient enrollment in business courses at other institutions is not permitted for Coggin students.  Business courses include lower-level business prerequisites and upper-level business courses required for the degree.

    UNF native BBA or BA degree-seeking students can request permission for concurrent/transient enrollment only when extenuating, documentable circumstances are present. The concurrent/transient approval is required prior to taking the course(s) at another institution. Students must first complete a "Waiver of College Policy" form for permission.   If permission is granted, students must complete the Transient Student Admission Application at FloridaShines.   Students should meet with an academic advisor, and then follow instructions to complete the transient process. UNF native students are students who first matriculate at UNF after high school graduation. 

    Transfer students, dependent on their transfer status in accordance with the Florida Board of Governors, would either require permission for concurrent/transient enrollment through Coggin Advising and a “Waiver of College Policy”, or the  Transient Student Admission Application at FloridaShines. Students should meet with an academic advisor to determine eligibility and then follow instructions to complete the transient process. Approval through a waiver or FloridaShines application is required prior to taking the course at another institution. 

  • How do I return to UNF if I have been suspended from the Coggin College of Business?

    First Time Suspension: Students who are returning after their first suspension have not broken continuous enrollment and should meet with an academic advisor to discuss his/her plans to continue classes successfully. This meeting should take place at least eight weeks before the semester for which they wish to return. This advising meeting is necessary to process the necessary paperwork for readmission.

    Students who have Broken Continuous Enrollment: Students in this category must reapply at the Admissions Office at least 12 weeks before the beginning of the term for which they are seeking re-enrollment. Readmission is not automatic. Once the college makes a decision on the student's request, students are notified of the decision by mail. Students who are readmitted are sent specific instructions on their readmission conditions and given specific procedures to follow so that registration can take place in a timely manner. The reapplication deadline is strictly enforced by the college.

  • How do I find out about current events in the Coggin College of Business?
  • Does the college have any student organizations that I should know about?
    Coggin College of Business has many student organizations to serve its students. Each club has a display showcase on the second floor of Bldg 42 and many of the clubs also have their own websites where you can find additional information.
  • Does the college offer study abroad opportunities?
    The Coggin College of Business offers three types of study abroad opportunities: semester exchange study abroad programs, 4 week "Coggin In...." programs in the summer and short-term faculty-led study tours. Please see the Coggin Study Abroad website for current program offerings.
  • How do I find out about Coggin College of Business scholarships?
    View the current listing of available scholarships. Coggin College of Business scholarship application deadline dates can vary from year to year. Students are encouraged to check the scholarship opportunities on the website on a regular basis.
  • Are there internship opportunities available for Coggin College of Business students?

    View the current internship opportunities and requirements. Internship opportunities (credit and noncredit) are posted on the website once they are communicated to the Career Management Center (CMC).

    The department of accounting and finance has very specific criteria and procedures for its credit internships, and this information is also available on the website.

    Transportation and Logistics students should contact Dr. Dawn Russell for internships available in that area.