Here at Chicago State University (CSU) academic advising is about you. While enrolled at CSU you and your advisor will work together to develop your academic plan. To ensure that your personal and academic needs are met, you will want to explore with an advisor your values, goals, and career objectives.
If you are coming to Chicago State University after earning credits at another institution, then you are strongly encouraged to contact the Office of Evaluation and Advisement, which will help you learn more about your transfer credit (s).
It is also highly suggested that all entering transfer students generate a Curriculum, Advising, and Program Planning (CAPP) audit before registering for any courses. CAPP is an online degree auditing system that tracks the student's progress (all courses taken including transfer hours) towards the completion of their degree. The CAPP audit provides the student information on the requirements that have been met along with providing the remaining required courses that are left to be completed. In addition, the CAPP will provide an anticipated graduation date. The student's assigned academic advisor will provide the student with instructions on how to generate their CAPP report.
Your Academic Advisor
Your academic advisor is a department or college-based faculty or staff member. To locate an academic advisor in your areas of study, see below
College Advising Offices
Office of Academic Support
Cordell Reed Student Union Building, Room 158
Note: For students with 30 credit hours or less (Freshmen only)
College of Arts& Sciences
Harold Washington Hall, Room 330
College of Business
Business& Health Sciences Building, Room 602
College of Education
Education Building, Room 320
College of Health Sciences
Business& Health Sciences Building, Room 607
College of Pharmacy
Douglas Hall, Room 206
College of Continuing Education
Jacoby Dicken Center, Room 201AC