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Contact your advisor

Work closely with an advisor to get the most out of your Carson College education

The Carson College’s professional academic advisors guide you on your way to success.

Drop-In Hours:

Drop-in advising is a chance to get a quick question answered by a Carson Center academic advisor. During the times listed below, advisors will meet with students on a first-come-first-serve basis. To meet with your advisor outside of drop-in times, please schedule an appointment via Navigate, or email your advisor directly.

For questions about business minors or changing to a business major, please email: cb.advisors@wsu.edu.

Drop-In Advising Schedule
Aug 10 – 21 Pre-scheduled advising only.
No drop-in advising
Week of Aug 24-28 Mon-Fri (9:00-4:00)

Zoom Link

Aug 31 – Dec 18 Mon, Wed & Thurs (8:15-9:30 AM)

Zoom Link

Please note: Drop-in advising will not be held on holidays and during Thanksgiving and Winter breaks.

What to expect from your Advisor

Advising is a partnership. Your advisor will help you successfully complete your Carson College of Business education by doing the following:

  • Explaining options for business majors in line with your interests and goals
  • Educating and verifying appropriate course selection
  • Helping you better understand college and university rules, policies, regulations, and procedures
  • Referring you to other campus resources as necessary

How to reap the most benefit from advising

  • Meet with your advisor at least once per semester
  • Familiarize yourself with your academic requirements in my.WSU
  • Learn the business certification process requirements, including GPA, courses, and credits
  • Confirm that your WSU email or forward is working. This is the University’s official means of communication.
  • Make your appointment well before priority registration. If you must cancel, be sure to notify your advisor.
  • Actively take part in the advising process. Ask questions, be prepared, and participate.