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Email is the quickest way to get in touch with your academic advisor. Our academic advising team will respond to your email within 72 hours, however, turnaround times tend to be much faster!
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All new freshmen and transfer students receive advising in Armstrong Hall. Click here to schedule with an advisor in Armstrong Hall.
Current sophmores, juniors, and seniors call 480-965-3561 or visit the Physics Main Office in Physical Science F-Wing, Room 470 to schedule an advising appointment. Parking is available in Lot 46 off University Dr. Please do not email to schedule an appointment.
How to prepare for your appointment:
August 22 - December 5: Thursdays, 9:00am-11:45pm (Last check-in at 11:35am)
Express Advising NOT held on: September 12th.
Express advising is limited to 10-15 minutes and is on a first come first serve basis. New students must make an appointment if it is their first advising session. Hours may change or be canceled at any time at the discretion of the department. It is recommended that you call the front office (480.965.3561) to confirm express advising days/times.
*Excluding ASU Observed Holidays
Students should utilize express advising for the following reasons:
If necessary, your advisor may request that you schedule an appointment.
Undergraduate Academic Manager
|Morgan has been with the Department of Phyiscs since 2013 and currently serves as the Undergraduate Academic Manager. She oversees academic advising, course scheduling, and undergraduate program development. As lead academic advisor, Morgan works with current and potential physics majors and minors to help them reach their academic goals.|
Student Services Coordinator Associate
|Ashley has been with the Department of Physics since 2018. Currently, Ashley oversees scheduling, class overrides, textbooks, and the front office.|
Course overrides are processed by department, college, and campus. To determine which college is offering the course, click on the course description in the ASU Class Search. Once you have verified the college, please complete the necessary form below.
College of Liberal Arts and Sciences students are typically capped at 18 credits per semester or 7 credits in each summer session. Students may petition to take more than 18 credits in a specific semester by submitting a Credit Overload Petition.
To be considered for an overload, you must meet the following requirements:
Once you have submitted the Course Overload Petition, found here, your request will be reviewed within 5 business days. Students who wish to receive a credit overload of 25+ credits will need to complete the College of Liberal Arts and Sciences Overload Petition and submit the form to firstname.lastname@example.org. Your petition will be reviewed by the Department of Physics and if approved sent to the College of Liberal Arts and Sciences for final approval.
GPA - students must have at least a 2.0 cumulative grade point average (GPA) in order to graduate with their degree.
Science and Society - College of Liberal Arts and Sciences students in pursuit of a BS degree need to earn 6 credits of science and society with a C or better. If your science and society courses are not listed correctly on your DARs, complete this form.
Students must complete all required courses listed on their respective major maps.
How to I schedule an advising appointment?
Where is the Department of Physics located?
I am on Probation what do I do now?
I have been Disqualified, what are my next steps?
Physics majors are required to maintain a cumulative GPA of at least a 2.0. Students who fail to maintain a satisfactory GPA will be placed on probation. Once you are on probation, you will need to complete the next semester with a GPA of 2.0 or above to remain on continued probation. Students may remain on continued probation as long as they achieve a semester GPA of 2.0 or above.
Requirements of Probation:
Steps to complete BEFORE your appointment:
Students who do not maintain a semester GPA of 2.0 or above after being placed on probation will be disqualified from Arizona State University. Students who are disqualified may submit a written appeal to the college. If approved, students will be allowed to register for the following semester. If your appeal is denied you will need to sit out one academic year before seeking readmission.
Students who have not appealed successfully should contact the Office of Student and Academic Programs in the Fulton Center, Suite 110, 480-965-6506. You will need to meet with an OSAP advisor to learn how you can gain readmission after one year.
|Course Override Form - For College of Liberal Arts Courses||Counseling Services||Academic Integrity|
|Course Overload - College of Liberal Arts Students Only||Parking||Academic Grievance|
Standars Committee Petition - College of Liberal Arts Students Only
(Third time repeat, graduation requirement substitution, catalog year change)
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|Concurrent Degree Notification - College of Liberal Arts||Transitional Advising Resources||Grades and Grading Policies|
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|Medical/Compassionate Withdrawal Form||Transfer Courses||Academic Standing|
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