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The Office of Advising Services, Information, and Support (OASIS) looks forward to helping you identify classes to complete general education requirements and prepare for major coursework. We can also help you determine a major and set academic pursuits toward your career goals.

Blog: Staying on Track

A weekly blog for freshmen and sophomore general education/traditional students

Freshmen Orientation

Freshmen Orientation is a very important event that will help your college career start on the right note.

If you have not signed up for a Freshmen Orientation, please contact the New Student Orientation and Parent Relations office at (217) 206-6665 or uisso@uis.edu. They will assist you in registering for an orientation date.

Are you a new transfer student?

If you are transferring to UIS and are undecided on a major, please contact the Advising Center at (217) 206-7471 or uisuaac@uis.edu to schedule an appointment with an advisor to discuss your academic direction.

If you are transferring to UIS with a decided major and more than 30 credit hours, please contact your major department for advising.

To schedule advisor appointments -

If your major is ACC, ECO, MGT, BBA, MIS use Starfish to schedule with Carmalita Kemayo.

If your major is BIO, CHE, CLS, MAT, or PSY contact Lori Benedict at lbene2@uis.edu.

If your last name begins with I – L or you are a STARS student, use Starfish to schedule with Tarah Sweeting-Trotter.

If your last name begins with M – Z and not in one of the above majors, contact Mae Noll at mnoll1@uis.edu.

ECCE’s (Engaged Citizenship Common Experience)

Starting Fall 2012 entering students must complete ECCEs in at least 2 of the 3 ECCE categories – U.S. Communities, Global Awareness, and/or Engagement per major requirements – in addition to Speakers Series for a total of 10 Hours.


“It helps take some of the confusion out of signing up for new classes.”
- Clayson, Class of 2013

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