Advising For Your Success
Academic advising by the School of Computing is provided by members of our teaching faculty. By being part of your academic journey both inside and outside the classroom, your School of Computing Academic Advisor is uniquely poised to provide you an advising experience unsurpassed by any other unit.
In order to serve you in the best manner possible, we ask that you take a moment to ensure your inquiry is routed to the proper destination. Also, please make sure that your e-mail is sent from your UNF E-Mail so we can ensure you are who you say you are. Federal laws require us to protect your information, and the only way we can verify you are who you say you are is if you use your UNF E-Mail that requires a login to access.
Students should meet with an academic advisor concerning their program requirements as early as possible; preferably before registration for their first semester at UNF. Each student must review a degree evaluation (program of study) with his or her academic advisor in the College by the end of their first semester at UNF. Degree evaluations are prepared after the Office of Admissions has evaluated a student's final transcripts.
Make Your Appointment
Our office is open Monday through Friday 8:00 a.m. to 5:00 p.m. *For information regarding meetings during our current COVID-19 pandemic, please visit Meetings during COVID-19.
-Please specify Graduate or Undergraduate when making an appointment.
- Log into myWings, select the Advising tile.
- Click on the Make and Advising Appointment link.
- In the Select Week field, choose the week you want to make an appointment and click submit.
- Click on the Appointment Available time you want, enter the required information and click Make Appointment
- Briefly describe what you need to discuss in the comment field
School of Computing Advisors
Building 15, John E. Mathews Jr.
View the Computing Advising Website | View Map - Building 15
To email you advisor in the most effective manor, please use firstname.lastname@example.org. This email is shared by all advisors specifically to expedite a response.
If you need to call, use (904) 290-2685
Graduate students are advised by the School's Graduate Director.
Asai Asaithambi, Ph.D.
Professor and Graduate Director