COM advising

We are excited to assist with you as you complete your academic program through the College of Management. We have numerous resources available to you as you plan out your degree program.

  • First and foremost, your academic advisor is a key resource to help you navigate degree requirements, registration, policies, procedures, and online systems. Establishing a good relationships with your academic advisor will be important to ensure your needs as a student in the College of Management are being met.
  • Second, we have many available resources to you online, including information on registration, important dates and deadlines, major and minor programs, how to complete waiver exams, and additional advising services that may be helpful to you.

We encourage you to use the web site as a primary resource to get your questions answered and find the information you need about your degree program. If you have further questions, please contact the COM Advising Center.

Newly admitted students

Newly admitted College of Management (COM) undergraduate students are assigned to work with a "pre-major advisor" before they declare their major. Pre-major advisors are full-time professional academic advisors in the College of Management.

After reviewing the New COM Student Information and completing New Student Orientation and the on-campus Group Advising and Registration Session (optional), you can contact your pre-major advisor with any questions you have about getting started or choosing your major.

Assigning an academic advisor

As a new student to Metropolitan State or transferring to COM from within the university, approximately a week after being admitted, the process of being assigned to your academic advisor begins. Once you have been assigned to an academic advisor, you will receive a welcome letter, via email, indicating who your assigned academic advisor is with his or her contact information and important steps to take as a new student to COM.

Activating your Metro State email account is an important step in this process since it is the official form of communication between you and the university (University E-mail Policy 1050). Please note that advisors cannot email or respond to personal email addresses. See your admission packet for instructions on activating your student email address.