Meet with an Advisor

The Academic Advising Center has many opportunities for you to meet with an advisor and get assistance with course planning, meeting graduation requirements, choosing a major, understanding academic policies, and more! Please call the office for updated availability. Continuing students are also encouraged to see major/minor specific advising from their academic departments.

Drop-In Advising

Drop-in advising is available Monday-Friday 11am-2pm PST when classes are in session during fall, winter and spring quarters. Drop-in meetings do not need to be scheduled in advance; students are seen on a first come-first serve basis for a duration of 15 minutes. 

Currently, all drop-in advising is available via phone or Zoom. Please call 360-650-3850 for a phone drop-in, or join the waiting room.

Meeting ID: 918 8163 0202
Passcode: 110610


We offer appointments with a professional advisor Monday-Friday, 9am-4pm PST. Appointments need to be scheduled at least one day in advance. To schedule an appointment, please call 360-650-3850. Appointments are currently offered via in person, phone or Zoom. Professional Advisors are here to assist you with choosing a major, developing an academic plan, understanding university policies, and much more.

Due to safety reasons, the AAC is unable to meet with you if you are driving a vehicle. We are happy to reschedule your appointment or see you in Drop-in advising at another time.

AAC Staff Directory

Meagan Bryson, Assistant Director, Advising Services

Ren Schreuder, Administrative Assistant

Amy Appleton, Co-Coordinator, Advising Services

Kristin Alten, Co-Coordinator, Advising Services

Caleb Maddox, Co-Coordinator, Advising Services

Mike Bajuk, Academic/Career Advisor

Lindsey Genut, Academic/Career Advisor

Leah Keegahn, Academic/Career Advisor

Nicole Piscopo, Academic/Career Advisor

Alex Plant, Academic/Career Advisor

Mary Wyman, Academic/Career Advisor

Academic Advising Center Mission Statement:

The mission of the Academic Advising Center is to assist WWU students to achieve academic and personal success. The AAC strives to empower students to become engaged, independent learners and to develop and implement meaningful education and career goals consistent with their personal values, interest, abilities and aspirations by providing the highest quality academic and career advising.