Academic advisors in the division of Science and Mathematics (SAM) provide academic planning support to students majoring in Environmental Science, Environmental Sustainability, Biomedical Sciences, and Mathematics. Due to course sequencing and pre-requisites, intentional and proactive academic planning is crucial for students in the division Science and Mathematics. Students should regularly refer to academic planning tools and work closely with their advisors to ensure they are making progress towards graduation.
Currently enrolled and admitted students are invited to email advisors and schedule advising appointments as often as needed. Prospective students, those not yet admitted to UWT, should reach out to SAM advisors via email, rather than scheduling appointments.
Academic Advisor for Environmental Sustainability and Mathematics
In addition to their academic advisor(s), all SAM students are assigned a faculty advisor. Faculty advisors provide mentorship and support related to capstone planning, career exploration, graduate school preparation, networking, and more. For more information regarding the role of your faculty advisor compared to the role of your academic advisor please see the How can an advisor help you? section below.
If you are not sure who your faculty advisor is, check Canvas to find your SAM Advising Canvas page. Your faculty advisor's contact information will be listed there.
How can an advisor help you?
All SAM students are assigned both an academic advisor and a faculty advisor. The table below outlines the roles of these two advisors.
Below you will find academic planning resources developed specifically for SAM majors as well as general planning resources. If you have any questions please reach out to an advisor. Please note that the Anticipated Offerings documents below are based on tentative schedules. Course offerings may change as needed.