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Announcements

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

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

ALERT! 7/29/22:

If you are off campus when registering, you can only register for classes using this designated UNF-secured portal. To ensure the security of your personal information, registration from off campus locations is currently restricted to this portal. Please follow the instructions to register while you are off-campus. If you are on-campus, you can register the same way you always have directly in Banner. Thank you for helping us protect the security of your personal information. 

What We Do


Honors advising is a useful resource for students to obtain information, seek advice, and discuss academic goals. Advisors help guide you to academic success by providing appropriate information so you can make informed choices about your education. Advisee responsibilities:
  • Be knowledgeable of your academic progress and status including grades, GPA, academic history, academic schedule, and standing
  • Clarify personal values and goals and provide the advisor with accurate information regarding your interests and abilities
  • Check your UNF email daily and respond or take action as required
  • Expect to be responsible for your own actions and decisions

Honors Vision


Honors advising will maintain a knowledgeable and helpful advising staff that provides students with quality service. Advisors encourage students to make informed decisions about their academic careers. Our advisors promote the key features of the Hicks Honors College, including disciplined critical thinking, leadership, interdisciplinary perspectives, and global awareness.

  • Hicks Honors College Advisors
    Elizabeth Peter

    Elizabeth Peter, M.A.
    Assistant Director of Advising and Academics

    epeter@unf.edu

    Melissa Tucker

    Melissa Tucker, M.B.A.
    Senior Academic Advisor

    melissa.tucker@unf.edu

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

 

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