Advising Appointments 

15-Minute Appointment30-Minute AppointmentWalk-in Advising (3:00-4:00p daily)

- Form Signed

- Letter Requests

- Graduate/Degree Check

- ProSchool Application

- Class Overrides

- General Advising

- PIN Number

- Registration Issues

- Academic Standing

- Change of Major

- Transfer Advising

- Degree Partner Program (DPP)

- Research/Job/Internships

- Grad School

- No PIN distribution

- 1-15 minute quick questions

- Form Drop Off

**Walk-ins are always welcome, but
students may be asked to schedule
follow-up appointments if necessary


Kimberly Compton

Lindsay Wills

Please check MyDegrees to find your advisor.

15-Minute Appointment15-Minute Appointment
30-Minute Appointment30-Minute Appointment

General questions can be emailed to

Transfer START CBEE Presentation (PowerPoint)

First-year CBEE pre-major students

Advisor: Aaron Worley

Faculty Mentors

Career Path Discussions, Research & Industry Opportunities, Graduate School Advice

After you have been assigned to a faculty advisor, you may make an appointment on the Faculty Mentor Appointment Calendar.

Peer Mentors

Resume writing, job search, coursework planning, questions about degree requirements

CBEE peer mentors and corporate relations assistants are available for drop-in consultation in Gleeson 102A (in the lobby from 12-1) throughout the week. Hours for the Spring 2018 term are: 

  • Mondays: 9-10 a.m. and 11 a.m. to noon
  • Tuesdays: 10 a.m. to noon
  • Wednesdays: 9-10 a.m. and 11 a.m to 2 p.m.
  • Thursdays: noon to 2 p.m. (in Johnson 124)

Premedical Advising

Career and Internship Information

Corporate Relations: Lynn Ekstedt (
Gleeson Hall 101 (enter from north stairway)

Peer mentors and corporate relations assistants can also help you write a resume, search for career and internship opportunities, plan coursework, and answer questions about degree requirements. (See hours above.)

Advising Guides

Curriculum charts for each B.S. degree are available in the following advising guides. To create an individualized curriculum plan, log in to MyDegrees through MyOSU and utilize the Student Education Planner.

Grade Requirements

Students must achieve a C or better in all required courses (exceptions are HHS, PAC, perspectives, synthesis classes) or the course will be considered missing.

Pre-core GPA calculation for Professional School Admission: Both OSU and transfer grades are included, and the course may be repeated for grade replacement (see pre-core calculator). The grade from the second take, no matter where the class was taken, will be used in the pre-core GPA calculation.  MyDegrees does not always accurately reflect the pre-core GPA calculation.

OSU GPA: A course taken at OSU must be repeated at OSU for grade replacement in the OSU GPA calculation. The grade from the second take at OSU will be used in the grade calculation.

In both GPA calculations: A third repeat might be necessary to achieve C or better, but it would not be used in the GPA calculation.


All the forms that you may need to petition changes in your curriculum, such as early leave and change of major, are available in the CBEE advising office (Johnson Hall 116).

If you have questions, please contact our office at 541-737-2491 or send an email to: