CAS advisor meeting with student

The College of Arts & Science and University Studies (CAS) Academic Advising Office

We are open Monday through Friday (while the university is open) and are here to assist students with their advising and registration needs.

Advising appointments will be offered in-person and online, the choice is yours, and are based on the Eastern time zone.

Students choosing to meet in-person: you must follow the university’s Coronavirus (COVID-19) safety measures (wearing a mask, performing a symptom assessment, etc.). If you are feeling unwell or have recently been exposed to the COVID-19 virus, please contact us and we will be happy to change your appointment to online to safeguard everyone’s health.

Students with declared majors within the College of Arts & Science: you have two options when it comes to academic advising.

Option 1: Meeting with Your Assigned Academic Advisor

All active students have an assigned academic advisor. Chances are good, they have already reached out to you with instructions for connecting with them.  If not, send them an email requesting those instructions.

To find your academic advisor's name and contact information:

  1. Log in to myMiami.
  2. Choose your Student tab located near the top of the screen.
  3. Your advisor will be listed in the top right corner.

Option 2: Meeting with a College of Arts and Science Academic Advisor

If you have questions that cannot be answered by your faculty advisor, or you want to explore other majors in the College of Arts and Science, you should schedule an appointment with a CAS advisor.

Students with declared majors in other academic divisions who are thinking of changing or adding a major in Arts & Science: you will need to call the advising office (513-529-3031) to set up an appointment.

We realize you may have many questions. Check out the FAQ section on our website for answers to common questions.

You can also reach us by phone (513-529-3031) or by emailing

Adding a Course?

Several CAS departments are piloting the ROR system that will ultimately replace the current force-add process. Some departments will be using a waitlist in Bannerweb. Learn more:

Registration Override & Waitlist

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