Undergraduate Advising

Undergraduate advising will be closed from Monday, July 24 - Thursday, July 27. We will resume our normal advising hours on Friday, July 27.

Current and prospective students may see academic advisors during walk-in hours or by an appointment in our offices, EBU2 169 and 180. See the guide below to help you in determining the best way to contact us.

Appointment hours:

    Monday, Tuesday, & Wednesday: 9:00 - 11:30 am

    Thursday & Friday: 1:30 - 3:00 pm

 

These sessions are designed to last up to 30 minutes and typically require more in-depth advising, such as:

- Long term planning

- Reviewing your degree audit to make sure you are on track to graduate

- Concerns about your academic performance

 

Appointment policies

-Appointments must be requested at least TWO business days in advance

-We do not schedule same-day appointments

-Besides a confirmation email, no reminder emails will be sent

-If you are more than 10min late, you will need to submit a new request to reschedule your appointment

-If you need to reschedule/cancel your appointment, please let us know as soon as possible by emailing mae-ugrad@eng.ucsd.edu

-We may need to reschedule your appointment in the event of an emergency. Always check your UCSD email before heading to your advising appointment.

 

How to schedule

-Check the advising calendar (below) for availability

-Submit your appointment request using this google form

-Await confirmation

Engineering Building Unit II (EBU2), first floor

email: mae-ugrad@eng.ucsd.edu

 

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Note: Sandra's unavailable appointments slots (Last names A-L): Orange | Chelsea's unavailable appointments slots (Last names M-Z): Purple

 

It will be critical during your years at UCSD to seek the advice and guidance of your advisers. They will help you stay on track with your curriculum and inform you of any changes in the curriculum or course offerings. Advisers will use UCSD email accounts to keep in touch with you so it's important to check your UCSD email every day and to keep it up to date so your mailbox doesn't fill up. If this happens, you will not receive important university messages.

Your 4 year curriculum plan for your MAE major lists all required courses. Transfer students should follow their 3 year curriculum plan.  You must take them for a letter grade. You must also follow the grid as closely as possible since some classes are only offered once a year. If you have any questions, see an MAE adviser.

The MAE advising program runs parallel to the work of college advisors who assist students with the general-education requirements of each college.