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Advising in the School of Theatre, Film & Television

Academic advisors are available for all students in the School of Theatre, Film & Television, based on degree/program and status. Each student should consult with his/her advisor in person at least once each semester before registering for classes. Consultation with an advisor can avoid unnecessary coursework and delays in graduation.

To schedule an appointment with an advisor, click on the appropriate link:

Theatre advising

Film & Television advising 

Advisement Report

Your UAccess Advisement Report is the document that will eventually determine if you have met all your requirements for graduation. It is vitally important that you keep track of your requirements as you progress through your academic career. YOUR degree is YOUR responsibility - please check your advisement report regularly. If you take classes that do not meet your degree requirements, your graduation may be delayed.

To get your UAccess Advisement Report:

  • Go to your UAccess Student Center.
  • Click on "My Academics".
  • Click on "View my advisement report".
  • When the report appears, click the green "View report as PDF" button. (Make sure pop-ups are enabled in your browser to view the report.)

Check the PDF version of your advisement report at least three times per semester:
  (1) before classes begin,
  (2) in the middle of the semester after registering for classes for the following semester, and
  (3) after grades are posted.
In addition, check your advisement report ANY TIME you make a schedule change during a semester.

If you have any questions about your advisement report, make an appointment with advisor Dr. Beasley through the appropriate school advising link above.


Important Links

Who is My Advisor?

Courses & Registration

Advising FAQ


What is Academic Advising?

The University of Arizona recognizes academic advising to be a critical component of the educational experience of its undergraduate students. Through individual, collaborative relationships with academic advisors, students are best able to define and implement sound educational plans that are consistent with their personal values, goals and career plans. While academic advising occurs most visibly in these individual relationships, a broad network of professionals, faculty, staff and students exists in support of the Institution's overall advising mission. The University acknowledges its obligation to provide students with accurate and timely academic advising, delivered through its academic departments and colleges, as well as through additional units and colleges devoted to specific student populations such as undecided, transfer, and pre-professional students, freshmen, and those with disabilities.

Goals:

As an institution, the goals of academic advising include helping students:

  • clarify their life and career goals;
  • develop suitable educational plans;
  • select appropriate courses and complementary educational experiences;
  • interpret institutional requirements;
  • enhance their awareness of available educational resources (such as internship opportunities, honors, and tutoring programs);
  • evaluate their progress toward established goals;
  • assist them in completing degree requirements in a timely manner;
  • develop decision-making skills;
  • reinforce their self direction;
  • seek out and use support services in the institution and the community;
  • collect and distribute data regarding student needs, preferences and performance for use in making institutional decisions and policy.