Academic Advising Office:
The advising office is located in the Clarke M. Williams Student Success Center. All Undeclared Interim Options (LUIO) students are advised in the Student Success Center. Also advised in the Student Success Center are students in Pre-Pharmacy, Pre-Health Sciences, Distance Learning Criminal Justice and General Studies. Advisees are required to visit their advisor in order to register. Prior to scheduling classes for a future term, the student must schedule an appointment with his or her advisor to be advised for the coming semester and/or summer/intersessions. After the advising session, the advisor will approve the student’s registration status and lift the student’s advising hold.
All students may work with their advisors on career exploration. The DISCOVER program is available for this purpose. The FOCUS program is available for this purpose. Call the SSC @ 342-3667 to make an appointment.
Success Series Workshops:
These workshops are available to all ULM students. In order to attend workshops, pre-registration is required at the Student Success Center.
Workshops are also available on a customized basis. Call the SSC to schedule a workshop for your group.
All Undeclared, Pre-Pharmacy, Pre-Health Sciences, Distance Learning Criminal Justice, and General Studies students dropping or adding courses must see their advisors to begin the Drop/Add process.
University Seminar 1001 and 1010 are is coordinated through the Student Success Center. All students are required to take University Seminar 1001 during their first year at ULM. Students in UNIV 1001 classes are mentored by upper-class students.
Supplemental Instruction for Biology and Chemistry is coordinated through the Student Success Center. The Emerging Scholars program is also coordinated by advisors in the Student Success Center. This program allows undergraduate students to work with faculty members and complete research projects over the course of the semester.
The Student Success Center also coordinates the PASS (Probation Assessment and Student Success) program. This program is designed to help probation students reach their academic goals. Through the program each student works with an advisor to develop time management and study skills. Students are also encouraged to take advantage of the support services that ULM offers.