Advising for Undergraduate CS Students

Advising for Undergraduate CS Students

Advising Information

The CS Department advises sophomores, juniors, and seniors while freshmen are advised by first-year professional advisors in the College of Engineering, located in the Ralph G. Anderson Building (RGAN). The academic and career advising for Computer Science students is a continuous process.  Students can stop by anytime during the semester with questions related to their progress and other advising issues to speak with an Academic Adviser or Dr. J. W. Jaromczyk, Director of Undergraduate Studies. The advising process for scheduling Spring semester courses starts in early October, while the advising process for scheduling Summer and Fall semester courses starts in mid-March.

 Start your advising with the following First-Step Web advising form https://nyte.cs.uky.edu/advising/ and follow the steps as instructed by the feedback from your submission.

To schedule advising appointments you can sign up through the following link: http://www.cs.uky.edu/advising/index.php. After you have logged into the online appointment system, choose a day and then add your name to a time. Don't forget to make two separate appointments, one appointment with your assigned Academic Advisor and one appointment with your assigned Faculty Advisor. If any additional time or special arrangements are needed, please let us know. See the Advisor's listed below to find your current Academic Advisor.

Continuing CS Advisees: Students advised by the CS Department in the past spring or fall semester and transfer students.

  • Academic Advisor: Ms. Kathy Ice-Wedding (Office Number: 102B Davis Marksbury Building)

First-Time CS Advisees: Students who were advised by a Freshman Advisor in the past spring or fall semester.

  • Academic Advisor: Ms. Lesley Brenner (Office Number: 102F Davis Marksbury Building)

To contact Dr. J. W. Jaromczyk, Director of Undergraduate Studies, please stop by his Office Hours, or make an appointment: 315 Davis Marksbury Bldg.

Registration

  • The advising process contains steps that must be followed before registration can be completed and your advising hold can be lifted. The up-to-date information concerning this process can be found HERE. Be sure to read everything carefully and feel free to contact the Director of Undergraduate Studies or Academic Advisor listed above if you have any difficulties.

A reminder for students who are planning to graduate in the upcoming academic year: be sure to apply for graduation via myUK by February 28th for August graduation, June 30th for December graduation and November 30th for May graduation.