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 College of Arts & Sciences Academic Advising

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The College of Arts and Sciences Advising Office serves all sophomore, junior, senior and post-baccalaureate students pursuing majors in the college. The advising office is the main source for obtaining information pertaining to your degree program. It also provides you with your required program of study, which is an outline of all official requirements needed to complete a particular academic degree. As soon as you receive your letter of admissions to UNF, you are encouraged to contact the advising office to arrange to meet with an academic advisor. You can reach our office at (904) 620-2797 or e-mail us at Current students who need an appointment should visit this page for instructions on how to do so.


Click here for information regarding orientation for transfer students. Both in-person and online options are available for your orientation to UNF.


Thank you for your interest in College of Arts and Sciences Academic Advising.  

Please direct any comments or concerns to Liz Wondell or 904-620-2797

Important Links

Advising Staff and Liaison Majors

Career Success Center

Exploring career options suitable to you and your major? Need help developing your resume or interviewing skills? Want to gain access to employers for internships and careers? College of Arts and Sciences career development professionals are available to help you start an action plan for career success. To schedule an appointment, contact our center at (904) 620-2976. For additional information, you may also reach us at or visit our website at

Testing Information

Notice: UNF's Testing Center has closed. For information regarding graduate school entrance exam testing centers located in the region, please visit this webpage.


"I would strongly recommend anyone, whether they be undergraduate or graduate students, to take advantage of the ability to meet with academic advisors!" - COAS Graduating Senior