The Academic Advising Center is here to assist students with respect to programs and services within the Department of Allied Health Sciences.
CURRENT Allied Health Sciences majors:
Allied Health Sciences majors may utilize the services of the Advising Center. However, appointments with an advisor in the Advising Center cannot be made in lieu of meeting with your assigned advisor. Allied Health Sciences majors are required to meet with their assigned advisor for routine advising business such as (but not limited to):
- Upcoming semsetser registration. Allied Health Sciences majors are encouraged to make appointments through ADVAPP or by contacting your advisor directly.
- Students with 0-60 credits (freshmen and sophomores) are required to meet with their academic advisor each semester in order to have the advising hold lifted so they can register for classes.
- Students with 61-120+ credits (juniors and seniors) are not required to meet with their advisior prior to course registration. However, it is highly recommended.
- Students bear the responsibility for knowing program requirements and completion of the plan of study for graduation.
- Signatures on forms (Add/drop, Excess Credit Authorization, etc.). Advisors in the Advising Center cannot sign in place of your advisor for business that requires an advisor signature.
- Questions regarding plan of study completion. Since your advisor must sign off on your final plan of study, students are expected to keep their assigned advisor up to date on course planning and graduation plans.
- The Advising Center offers information sessions monthly during the academic year to cover basic information regarding the majors in the department (including admission criteria, plans of study, course options and career options).
- Prospective students are asked to attend an information session prior to meeting with an advisor in the Advising Center; doing so makes the appointment more productive in addressing individual questions and concerns.
- Prospective students are asked to contact an advisor by email to make advising appointments. Please do not use the ADVAPP scheduling system.
There are no walk-in hours for the Advising Center. All meetings are by appointment only.
Students who are interested in learning more about the major are asked to attend an information session before requesting a meeting with an advisor. Doing so makes the appointment more productive.
Students are asked to please request an appointment by email to the Advising Center email address. Please do not use the ADVAPP scheduling system.
Koons Hall, Room 327
Alliedhealth@uconn.edu Please note that this email address is checked on a regular basis. However, please allow up to 5 business days for a response. During peak advising hours, time to a response may be longer.
University of Connecticut
Department of Allied Health Sciences
Academic Advising Center
358 Mansfield Road, U-1101
Storrs, CT 06269-1101
Main Office Contact
Fax: (860) 486-5375
General program and admission questions should be addressed by accessing our email contact above. Individual adivsors recieve many emails a day and your questions can be accessed quicker and a return response sent sooner by emailing our Advising Center email address.
Susan Gregoire, PhD, RRT.
Director of AHS Advising Center/Lecturer
Director of AHS Academic Programs
Maryann Morris, M.S., RD, CD-N.
Lauren Wilson, MA, DLM, ASCP (CG)(MB).
Janet Rochester, M.S.
Director Hawley Armory
Paul Bureau, MS, CIH.
Academic Advisor/Assistant Extension Professor