Until undergraduate students are officially admitted into a School of Education program, academic advising is provided in collaboration with the Social and Behavioral Science Division in General College Advising.

Students interested in pursuing a major in the School of Education and students who have not yet been admitted into the School of Education may contact the Office of Student Affairs for information about course choice and planning.

If you are a student in the General College and wish to speak with an advisor, please visit the General College’s Academic Advising website to schedule an appointment.


If you are a School of Education undergraduate student and wish to speak with an advisor, please contact:

Audrey Beth Fulton
Director of Advising and Undergraduate Student Engagement
103G Peabody Hall
(919) 843-6245

Additional Resources for Undergraduate Students


Students admitted into a School of Education graduate program should consult with their faculty advisor regarding course selection, research plans and thesis/dissertation consultation.

Questions regarding Graduate School policies, procedures, and timelines should be directed toward:

Anne Bryan
Assistant Dean of Student Affairs
103 Peabody Hall
(919) 962-8693

Additional Resources for Graduate Students