Leeds School of Business Advising
Our goal is to provide excellence in developmental academic advising and complementary programming focused on encouraging and assisting students to explore, define and achieve academic goals that are consistent with personal and professional interests. We deliver high quality, student-centered advising that supports whole student development, help students progress through self-exploration and major declaration and persist to graduation, and support students in academic difficulty. 

Appointment Scheduling

Our Responsibility to you

  • To help you to explore your interests, abilities, and goals and to relate them to academic majors.
  • To be a responsive listener and to refer you to appropriate support services within the university when needed.
  • To discuss with you your academic performance and the implications of your performance for the undergraduate programs, graduate programs and professional programs you desire to pursue.
  • To clarify university policies, regulations, programs, and procedures about which you may have questions.
  • To challenge you to do things and think in ways that are new and different.

Our Expectations of You

  • Actively seek out help when you need it. Don't wait until it is too late in the semester.
  • Read your CU email every day. Pay attention to information sent from CU departments and offices. Email is the University's official mode of communication with students.
  • Be an actively engaged student.
  • Observe deadlines and pre-requisites.
  • Review your degree audit each semester and track your progress towards completing your graduation requirements.
  • Meet with your academic advisor one time per year to discuss your academic plans.