Stay Healthy, Hawks: Coronavirus (COVID-19) Updates

 

Important COVID-19 Update

While the university is operating under Code 2 conditions, the Advising Offices will continue to support students through a hybrid of virtual and in person services. Our staff and services are accessible online, by phone, by email, and in-person by appointment only.  Walk-in appointments are not permitted. 

For university and health alert updates related to Coronavirus (COVID-19), please visit the  UHCL Health Alert webpage


Through meaningful and engaging connections, academic advising at University of Houston-Clear Lake empowers you to make informed, responsible decisions in pursuit of your goals. Academic advisers value the holistic needs of each student, partner with them to navigate university processes, and connect them to the appropriate campus resources to support their goals and success.

Need to Schedule an Advising Appointment?

  Newly Admitted Freshmen
 

UHCL newly admitted freshmen must schedule an initial advising appointment with their adviser from their major. Your adviser will discuss transfer credits and recommended courses for your degree plan to register for classes. Help your adviser create an individualized plan and connect you with the most beneficial UHCL resources by completing the following tasks before attending your initial advising appointment.

  • Clear registration holds (Meningitis and/or Texas Success Initiative-TSI).
  • Advising hold will be cleared during your advising appointment. Instructions on how to view holds are available.
  • Send your final transcripts and test scores to the UHCL Admissions Office. This step includes high school, dual credit, early college transcripts, and any AP or CLEP scores.
  • Complete the Advanced Math Placement Test (AMPT), if applicable. If your degree plan requires MATH 2413, Calculus I, or higher, you may be required to take the AMPT.

To schedule an appointment, use the Navigate App.

  Newly Admitted Transfers
 

Newly Admitted Transfers with 12 or more hours completed AFTER high school graduation
Please download the Navigate App to schedule your "Transfer Advising" appointment. During this initial advising appointment, the transfer advisor will go over your transfer credits, explain how your classes are applying toward your degree, and recommend classes for you to select from when you register for classes at UHCL.

Learn more about UHCL Transfer Advising.

  Newly Admitted Graduate Students
 

Please use the Navigate App to schedule an appointment with your assigned college adviser.

  Newly Admitted Postbaccalaureate Students
 

Please use the Navigate App to schedule an appointment with your assigned college adviser.

  Continuing UHCL Students
 

Please use the Navigate App to schedule an appointment with your assigned college adviser.

 

Advising Offices

Business

College of Business Student

Advisers in the College of Business, located in the Bayou Building, can help you navigate your degree.


Education

College of Education Students

Advisers in the College of Education, located in the Bayou Building, are available to guide your academic journey.


Human Sciences and Humanities

College of Human Sciences and Humanities Students

Advisers in the College of Human Sciences and Humanities, located in the Bayou Building, can help keep you on track for graduation.


Science and Engineering

College of Science and Engineering Students

Advisers in the College of Science and Engineering, located in the Bayou Building, offer support in pursuing your degree.


Transfer

Transfer Advising

Will you be transferring credits from a different college to UH-Clear Lake? Our Transfer Advising team can be your advocate during the transfer experience, helping you learn about and navigate UHCL.


Pearland

Advising at Pearland

Off-campus advising is available for students who have earned more than 54 hours of college-level coursework, as well as graduate and post-baccalaureate students who attend UHCL Pearland.


Texas Medical Center

Advising at Texas Medical Center

Off-campus advising is available for students who have earned more than 54 hours of college-level coursework, as well as graduate and post-baccalaureate students, who attend UHCL Texas Medical Center.