These campus-wide committees assist in setting the vision and implementing improvements for the Office of Undergraduate Advising. If you are interested in joining an OUA Committee, please visit the individual committee pages to read more about time commitment and membership details before taking the OUA Committee Interest Survey. Please note that OUA committees have limited open seats each year, and indicating interest does not guarantee a seat on a committee. More details can be found under the “Membership” section on each committee’s page below.
Academic Advising & Policy Leaders (AAPL)
Makes recommendations, or decisions when appropriate, about campus-wide advising policy and the implementation of academic policy which intersect with advising.
Advising Architecture Review Board (AARB)
Reviews how advising tools can best be integrated and delivered to the advising community.
Advising Training & Development Team (ATDT)
Provides guidance to the Office of Undergraduate Advising regarding campus-wide training and professional development.
BioScience Advising Team (BAT)
Supports advising and outreach efforts of all faculty and staff who serve undergraduates and prospective students interested in majors or careers in the biological sciences.
Campus Pre-Health Committee (CPHC)
Convenes members of the advising community who work with students interested in health professions to discuss updates within academic departments, opportunities and events in professional planning, and developments in the admissions process that affect students who are preparing for careers in health care.
Council on Academic Advising (CAA)
Offers representative perspectives on OUA initiatives, provides a forum for sharing information about academic and career advising, and works toward building community among advisors from different schools, colleges, and divisions.
Orientation Advising Team (OAT)
Responsible for planning and implementing the SOAR advising program, and exploring links between SOAR and the fall semester Academic Orientations.