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Academic Advising

Taubman College provides academic advising to current students. Please select a degree program below for details.

Bachelor of Science

A faculty advisor is assigned to each student before orientation. Faculty advisors guide students regarding exploring the discipline of architecture, elective selection and career possibilities. Wolverine Access enables you to view your assigned Faculty Advisor (Students > Student Business > Student Services Center). Faculty members should be contacted through their individual university email addresses and will indicate their weekly time availability for student advising. Students are allowed to change their advisor with permission of the program chair at any time. Students also utilize many of the faculty as informal advisors. In addition, second- and third-year students are also great resources of knowledge about courses, campus, etc.

An academic advisor is available to meet with all current architecture students regarding their academic progress, understanding degree requirements, if they are experiencing academic difficulty, need motivation, or just have questions or concerns. Current Taubman College students should use the Advising tab on the Taubman College Career Network to schedule advising appointments. Appointments are typically scheduled Monday – Friday between 9:00 am – 4:00 pm in 20 minute slots. Students may also direct questions to the advising team via email at taubmancollegeadvising@umich.edu.

Any programmatic or administrative course questions, including registration and degree audits, must be directed to the college registrar.

Master of Architecture

A faculty advisor is assigned to each student before orientation. Faculty advisors guide students regarding exploring the discipline of architecture, elective selection and career possibilities. Wolverine Access enables you to view your assigned Faculty Advisor (Students > Student Business > Student Services Center). Faculty members should be contacted through their individual university email addresses and will indicate their weekly time availability for student advising.Students are allowed to change their advisor with permission of the program chair at any time. Students also utilize many of the faculty as informal advisors. In addition, second- and third-year students are also great resources of knowledge about courses, campus, etc.

An academic advisor is available to meet with all current architecture students regarding their academic progress, understanding degree requirements, if they are experiencing academic difficulty, need motivation, or just have questions or concerns. Current Taubman College students should use the Advising tab on the Taubman College Career Network to schedule advising appointments. Appointments are typically scheduled Monday – Friday between 9:00 am – 4:00 pm in 20 minute slots. Students may also direct questions to the advising team via email at taubmancollegeadvising@umich.edu.

Any programmatic or administrative course questions, including registration and degree audits, must be directed to the college registrar.

Master of Science in Architecture Design and Research

Master of Science students are initially assigned faculty advisors based on their area of interest. Faculty advisors guide students regarding exploring the discipline of architecture, elective selection and career possibilities. Wolverine Access enables you to view your assigned Faculty Advisor (Students > Student Business > Student Services Center). Faculty members should be contacted through their individual university email addresses and will indicate their weekly time availability for student advising. Students are allowed to change their advisor with permission of the program chair at any time. Students also utilize many of the faculty as informal advisors. In addition, second- and third-year architecture students are also great resources of knowledge about courses, campus, etc.

An academic advisor is available to meet with all current architecture students regarding their academic progress, understanding degree requirements, if they are experiencing academic difficulty, need motivation, or just have questions or concerns. Current Taubman College students should use the Advising tab on the Taubman College Career Network to schedule advising appointments. Appointments are typically scheduled Monday – Friday between 9:00 am – 4:00 pm in 20 minute slots. Students may also direct questions to the advising team via email at taubmancollegeadvising@umich.edu.

Any programmatic or administrative course questions, including registration and degree audits, must be directed to the college registrar.

Master of Urban Design

Faculty advisors are faculty members assigned to students to advise them regarding meeting the degree requirements, elective selection, and career possibilities. Faculty members should be contacted through their individual university email addresses and will indicate their weekly time availability for student advising. Advisors have a unique perspective on the program, college and university, as well as the professions and career options open to graduates. Advisor assignments for new students are outlined during the Summer Orientation session. In the event that faculty are not in residence in the Summer Term, the instructor for M.U.D. Studio and the director of post-professional degrees in architecture can advise students. Wolverine Access enables you to view your assigned Faculty Advisor (Students > Student Business > Student Services Center).

An academic advisor is available to meet with all current architecture students regarding their academic progress, understanding degree requirements, if they are experiencing academic difficulty, need motivation, or just have questions or concerns. Current Taubman College students should use the Advising tab on the Taubman College Career Network to schedule advising appointments. Appointments are typically scheduled Monday – Friday between 9:00 am – 4:00 pm in 20 minute slots. Students may also direct questions to the advising team via email at taubmancollegeadvising@umich.edu.

Any programmatic or administrative course questions, including registration and degree audits, must be directed to the college registrar.

Ph.D. in Architecture

Ph.D. in Architecture are initially assigned faculty advisors based on their area of interest. Questions should be directed to your individual faculty advisor.

Master of Urban and Regional Planning

Rackham Graduate School works in partnership with faculty and staff in departments and schools across the University to facilitate the academic success of all graduate students. They offer a continuum of services that supports students' academic achievement from early recruitment stages through final placement.

The Urban and Regional Planning program initially assigns each student a faculty advisor. Students are matched with faculty based on areas of interest. Wolverine Access enables you to view your assigned Faculty Advisor (Students > Student Business > Student Services Center). Faculty members should be contacted through their individual university email addresses and will indicate their weekly time availability for student advising. Students are welcome to change advisors at any time.

An academic advisor is available to meet with all current urban and regional planning students regarding their academic progress, understanding degree requirements, if they are experiencing academic difficulty, need motivation, or just have questions or concerns. Current Taubman College students should use the Advising tab on the Taubman College Career Network to schedule advising appointments. Appointments are typically scheduled Monday – Friday between 9:00 am – 4:00 pm in 20 minute slots. Students may also direct questions to the advising team via email at taubmancollegeadvising@umich.edu.

Any programmatic or administrative course questions, including registration and degree audits, must be directed to the college registrar.

Ph.D. in Urban and Regional Planning

Ph.D. in Urban Planning students are assigned advisors based on their area of interest. Questions should be directed to your individual faculty advisor.

Real Estate and Development Certificate

An academic advisor is available to meet with all current Real Estate and Development Certificate students regarding their academic progress, understanding degree requirements, if they are experiencing academic difficulty, need motivation, or just have questions or concerns. Current Taubman College students should use the Advising tab on the Taubman College Career Network to schedule advising appointments. Appointments are typically scheduled Monday – Friday between 9:00 am – 4:00 pm in 20 minute slots. Students may also direct questions to the advising team via email at taubmancollegeadvising@umich.edu.

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