Most commonly used advising resources:
Other valuable resources
Abbreviations, acronyms, and codes - A listing of common codes, abbreviations, acronyms, and other types of academic shorthand that students and advisers might encounter at Penn State, along with a brief explanation of each and links to relevant websites.
Academic calendar - The official academic calendars for Penn State University.
Advising Centers - Contact information for advising centers across all Penn State colleges and campuses.
Advising Toolbox - Helpful tools and resources to use while advising.
Key contacts – Many academic procedures for undergraduate students require assistance from a dean or director. This list provides the appropriate dean's office representative for most undergraduate activities.
Student Resources – Although students may find the resources on Advising at Penn State helpful, the website was developed for faculty and staff who advise at Penn State. The information on the Student Resources page is developed specifically for students, with the Bulletin still being the main student source for academic information.
University Advising Council (UAC) - The University Advising Council of Penn State was created by legislation of the University Faculty Senate. Chaired by the Vice President and Dean for Undergraduate Education, the council provides oversight of the University's academic advising program.