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The Office of Academic Advising is the source of information and support for helping you achieve academic success at Saint Rose. Here, all undergraduate students receive the support they need!

Academic Advising Office Hours

The Academic Advising office will be conducting Pre-advisement Meetings for new undergraduate students for Fall 2022 from September 12th – November 4th. New students will receive an invitation to schedule a meeting through Navigate from their General Advisor.

Please note that the Academic Advising Office will be available for walk-ins for all undergraduate students from 10am-2pm, Monday through Fridays. You may schedule an appointment through Navigate. To schedule a meeting with us through Navigate please use the following directions:

  • What type of Appointment? : Advising and Individual Class Questions
  • What department: Office of Academic Advising
  • Service: General Advising
  • Location: Virtual Meeting or Office of Academic Advising
  • Pick an Adviser to meet with.
  • You will then be able to schedule an appointment date and time.

If you are having trouble with securing an appointment or can only meet outside of the Academic Advising office hours, please call our office number so we can best assist you.

If you need help please let us know either through e-mail (advisement@strose.edu) or call us at (518) 454-5217. If you are a First Year Student, please contact your General Academic Adviser using their St. Rose e-mail or their office number. 

Information for First-year and Transfer students entering in Fall 2022

Please fill out your pre-registration form for Fall 2022 courses by downloading the appropriate form below. Complete the PDF form by typing into the pre-fillable fields, save the PDF and e-mail it back to advisement@strose.edu If you have any questions about the pre-registration form please e-mail advisement@strose.edu or call us at (518) 454 5217

First Year Pre-Registration Worksheet
Transfer Pre-Registration-Worksheet

We Can Help You

  • Choose a major
  • Change a major
  • Add/drop courses
  • Add/drop minors, concentrations, and certificates
  • Understand graduation requirements and other policies/procedures
  • Improve academic standing (for students on academic probation)
  • Learn about Advisement Day, Alerts, etc.

We see students by appointment or on a walk-in basis at our office in Saint Joseph Hall, 3rd floor.

*Majors in Childhood/Special Education, Inclusive Education, Early Childhood/Childhood Education, and Communication Sciences and Disorders access all these services through the School of Education’s Field Placement and Advisement Office*