Academic Advising

EHS Remote Advising & Fall 2020 Registration Information

The College of Education, Health and Society remains committed to supporting our students.  Below are some options for you to receive academic advising remotely.

Effective March 16, 2020, EHS will offer remote academic advising.

More Info on Remote Advising and Registration

Possible Options for Remote Advising: (be sure to check with your advisor as to their preferred method)

    1. Google Hangouts: please provide a cell phone number and note that all appointments are in Eastern Time. Your advisor will contact you for your video call on your Miami email address at your scheduled appointment time (let your advisor know if you need to use a different platform*).
    2. Google Chat
    3. WebEx
    4. Email
    5. Phone call

*Users who anticipate or experience a disability-related barrier to using Google Hangouts are encouraged to contact to request reasonable accommodation. WebEx may be used as an alternative platform for hearing accommodations if available. Please let your advisor know if you need assistance.

Contact Your Advisor:
Please review the following information to connect with your assigned academic advisor per your department of major. To identify your advisor, login to myMiami and click on the student tab at the top of the page. Your assigned academic advisor is listed on the right-hand side of the page under Academic Advisors. To schedule an appointment, please email your assigned academic advisor or the chief department advisor.

Find Your Chief Department Advisor

Appointment Preparation: For remote advising appointments, we encourage you to have the appointment in a quiet place with access to a computer, reliable internet and audio, and your Degree Audit Report. To access your degree audit, go to myMiami and log in using your Unique ID and MUnet password.

How do I get my degree audit (DAR)?

Registration Schedule: The current schedule for registration time tickets is based on earned hours as of March 12, 2020. Please view your time ticket via BannerWeb. Any HOLDS on your account will be viewable via myMiami.

Early Priority = April 22 
Regular Priority = April 23-24
Seniors = April 28-29
Juniors = April 30-May 1
Soph. = May 5-6
Freshmen = April 7-8
Open registration = May 18-25

Please plan your advising appointment accordingly.

The Miami Bulletin also includes degree requirements and prerequisite information. The Fall 2020 Course List is now available and your time ticket is now viewable via your myMiami log in / Banner Web. 
Please see the Miami University Coronavirus for the most up-to-date information and recommendations. Your health and safety remain our top priority. Advisors are dedicated to ensuring student success and we are here to help you!
Please do not hesitate to contact us at or by phone at 513-529-6317 if you have any questions.

Academic advising is one of the most important and influential components of the College of Education, Health, and Society (EHS). A primary factor is bringing students and faculty together to integrate academics and curriculum into a truly meaningful educational experience. The EHS Mission Statement endorses and emphasizes student preparation. In keeping with that statement, the goal of our academic advising program is to help students explore and synthesize academic, career, and life goals.

What is Academic Advising?

Advising is an important component of your academic experience and we encourage you to meet with an advisor. Students have many advising resources available to them; you can seek help from faculty, departmental, and divisional advisors.

Your advisor can help you with many facets of your educational journey:

  • Understanding and assisting you with you Global Miami Plan requirements, academic policies and procedures, and your degree audit (formerly known as DARS)
  • Mentoring for academic and career goals
  • Starting point for exploration of minors and other majors
  • Familiarity with services and resources around campus

How to prepare for an advising session

The key to successful academic advising relies partly upon your initiative. The more questions that you ask, the better informed your decisions will be. To prepare for an advising appointment, you should:

  • Give thoughtful consideration to your academic and career goals
  • Make a list of questions for your advisor
  • Review your degree audit and degree requirements
  • Compose a tentative, written schedule (if registering for courses)
  • Be familiar with the academic calendars, including registration dates and drop-add deadlines
  • Accept responsibility for academic choices
  • Remember, part of your advisor's role is helping you find and navigate the path that is right for you; utilize this resource!