The College of Engineering’s Academic Advising Mission is to provide timely and accurate advising to cultivate connections, success, and advancement in engineering excellence. We empower and support students with achieving their educational, professional, and personal goals; and we advocate for our students and programs through campus partnerships.
Academic advisors are here to help you get the most out of your undergraduate engineering education and prepare for a successful career. Questions about majors, courses, holds, degree requirements, dismissals, or readmission? Click here for answers. Advisor contact information can be found on this page.
Contact the program advisor in your department (click here), who can help you with:
You’ll meet the program advisor in your department at UC Davis Orientation. You will find out more then about the advising program and who your faculty advisor is or how to choose one.
Faculty advisors can help with:
Contact your program advisor by the following deadlines:
We strongly recommend that you NOT wait until the deadline to get a hold cleared. Take action by the deadline of the given quarter of your hold.
An advising hold is placed on your registration every year to remind you to see your advisor. If you don’t see your advisor and have the hold cleared by the deadline, then you won’t be able to make any changes to your class schedule until the hold is removed..
We strongly recommend that you NOT wait until the deadline to get a hold cleared.
The advisors in the Undergraduate Office (1050 Kemper Hall) are available for drop in appointments Mondays, Tuesdays, and Wednesdays 9:00-noon and 1:00-4:00; on Thursdays 1:00-4:00; and Fridays 9:00-11:00.
Call (530) 752-1979 or come by the office at 1050 Kemper Hall to make an appointment.
In addition to the professional staff advisors, a team of academic peer advisors—current engineering students themselves—are also available to advise you on academic and administrative issues.
Call the peer advisors at (530) 752-0553 or stop by 1050 Kemper Hall.
Most importantly, don’t wait to ask a question or get help. We want you to succeed. Let us help you make that happen.
Engineering students are required to complete degree requirements in effect the academic year they graduate or the academic year prior to the year of graduation. For example, students who plan to graduate during the 2017-2018 academic year must meet degree requirements listed for the 2016-2017 or 2017-2018 curriculum years.
Some courses in some majors will contain course materials fee. For a list of such courses please click here.