COVID-19 UPDATES: For the health, safety, and convenience of all members in our Engineering Undergraduate Community, academic advising is now available online through Zoom. For the latest information from the Engineering Undergraduate Office, please visit our website.

Looking for more information about the College of Engineering P/NP policy for Spring 2020? Please visit our Advising FAQs page.



All students are able to book appointments with advisors in the EUO using and selecting Engineering Undergraduate Office. You can select the advisor you want to meet with by using the drop down at the top of the calendar.

If you have a major advising hold please make your appointment with your major advisor. Details regarding whom you should meet with to release your hold can be found in Schedule Builder. 


We will be offering express advising via Zoom Monday through Friday from 1:00pm-4:00pm. To meet with an advisor, follow this link – Advisors will be meeting on a one-on-one, first-come, first-serve basis. You will be placed in a waiting room and advisors will get to students in the order in which they arrived in the waiting room.


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.

The Engineering Undergraduate Office Peer Advisors will be available Monday through Friday from 9:00am-5:00pm beginning March 30, through our new Piazza course. This platform is meant for general advising questions. You can join the course by following this link: Details about Piazza data sharing are available here.


Are you starting to think about remote learning for Spring Quarter? Campus would like to know your plans so they can help. Please fill out the 5-minute, campus-wide Technology Readiness Survey by March 2 at

Another resource: This page is designed to provide information on general academic resources, health and wellness, careers/internships, and community resources. The content is updated frequently to ensure that it is current.


To become an academic advising program that enhances the experience of all undergraduate engineering students at the University of California, Davis, and that sets the standard for excellence in advising.


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 also be found on this page.

Academic Advising About Your Major

Contact the program advisor in your department (click here), who can help you with:

  • Academic planning
  • Degree requirements
  • General Education requirements
  • Student petitions
  • Options when you are in academic difficulty

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:

  • Career goals
  • Choice of major
  • Field of specialization
  • Elective courses

How To Get an Academic Advising Hold Cleared

For more information about advising holds and how to get them cleared, click here.

Help With Other Academic Issues

The advisors in the Engineering Undergraduate Office are available to discuss questions about the topics below:

  • Degree certification
  • Options for managing academic difficulty
  • Dismissal appeals
  • Readmission
  • Transfer evaluation, credit, course equivalencies

Visit and select Engineering Undergraduate Office to make an appointment.

Most importantly, don’t wait to ask a question or get help. We want you to succeed. Let us help you make that happen.