Advisement

Advisors guide your academic success and help you stay on track to graduate.

How do you get an advisor?

Undergraduate: Declare your major at the Academic Advising and Transfer Center. Then, the Education Advisement Center assigns you an advisor based on your major.

Until you have completed 75 hours, you must meet with your advisor each semester to receive release for class registration.

Graduate: The coordinator of your program also serves as your advisor.

Forgot your assigned advisor?

Access your advisor's information through the Student tab on My Missouri State.

Graduate program advisors

Child Life Studies

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Early Childhood and Family Development

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Early Childhood Special Education

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Elementary Education

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Family and Consumer Science

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Conservation Education Certificate

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Education of Gifted and Talented Students Certificate

Elementary Curriculum and Instruction Certificate

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Elementary Mathematics Specialist Certificate

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Forgot your assigned advisor?

Access your advisor's information through the Student tab on My Missouri State. You should meet with your advisor at least once a semester until you graduate.