Advisors guide your academic success.
They help you register for class, stay on track to graduate and more.
How do you get an education advisor?
It depends on your degree program (undergraduate or graduate).
First, 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.
You’re assigned a faculty advisor within your specific graduate program.
Your advisor is your go-to contact for scheduling, degree requirements and professional advice.
Forgot your assigned advisor?
Access your advisor's information through the Student tab on My Missouri State.
Along with your academics, your advisor can help you prepare for the career goals you have in mind.