There are two types of advisors available to Computer Science majors. Program advisors provide assistance with general issues related to the degree program, while faculty advisors can provide more detailed technical advice on courses, careers and the discipline in general.
While advisors are always available to assist students with academic issues, students themselves are responsible for making certain that they understand and satisfy all requirements for graduation.
Students should see an appropriate program advisor with questions about degree requirements, course prerequisites, degree audits, petitions, drop/add, general transfer credit evaluation, study abroad and for referrals to additional academic support services within the University.
|Academic Advisor - B.S.||Academic Advisor - B.A.|
|Lesley McDowell||Eva Lacy|
|Office: ECOT 727||Office: ECOT 732|
|Phone: +1-303-492-6362||Phone: +1-303-492-5590|
Advising for BS majors:
Out of the Office: Mon, June 30, eturning Mon, July 7th
|Academic Advising - Graduate Program|
|Office: ECOT 721|
|Prospective Student Advising|
|Office: ECOT 727|
See the undergraduate program advisor or email Lesley.McDowell@colorado.edu to find out how to sign up for a faculty advisor/mentor.