CFC Evening Advising to Register for Spring 2016 Classes
All students (except seniors that have filed graduation paperwork) must attend an advising session to obtain an advising number to register for spring 2016 courses. Registration begins on October 19, 2015. Please be sure to (1) attend the appropriate session for your major, and (2) bring a current transcript to the advising session.
Additional information will be distributed via your University of Montana email account. Please be sure to check your email for important details.
Who is my faculty advisor?
Find out who your advisor is: Go to Academic Planner and use your Net ID and password to log in. In the Navigation menu located in the upper left-hand side of the screen, under Academic Summary, select Profile. On your profile page select the Advisors link. Your prmary advisor is your faculty advisor with whom you should meet.
If Academic Planner does not have an advisor listed for you, please stop by the CFC Student Services Office in Forestry 103.
You may contact your advisor directly. Contact information is available in the CFC Directory for faculty or contact your department office for assistance.
Most faculty advisors have scheduled office hours for meeting with students but can also schedule separate appointments if needed.
Why do I need an advisor?
Academic advisors have information on policies, deadlines, general education requirements and more. You will be assigned a permanent academic advisor soon after the beginning of fall or spring semester depending on when you begin your studies here at UM.
Advisors are also your primary source of career information and can serve as references for jobs. You should talk to them about your career choices and interests in your field.
All of our undergraduate degree programs have group advising sessions each semester for students to be advised quickly. Students should come prepared to these sessions with their unofficial transcripts and a proposed schedule for the upcoming semester. Unofficial transcripts can be obtained on CyberBear or through your department office.
Advising numbers are only available to students who have seen their advisor. These numbers change every semester. Post-bac (students who already possess a bachelor’s degree) and graduate students do not need advising numbers to register for classes.
Contact Shonna Trowbridge, Director of Student Services, for general advising questions, in Forestry Bldg. Rm. 103B
Contact Jeanne Franz, Wildlife Biology advisor, for all Wildlife Biology advising, in Forestry Bldg. Rm. 103C
Contact Nicky Phear for Climate Change Studies advising, in Clapp Bldg. Rm. 410
Contact Natalie Dawson for Wilderness Studies advising, in Main Hall Rm. 308