Office for Academic Advising Support > Appointments

Appointments

​​​​​​On this page, you can find out how to schedule an appointment, how long appointments last, how to know if you're able to meet with an OAAS advisor, and other helpful appointment-related information.

If you are Undeclared in LAS/CSH/CMN and assigned to an OAAS advisor: Use Bluestar to schedule directly to your advisor's calendar by logging into Campus Connect and clicking on the Student Resources tile. You can also email AdvisingSupport@depaul.edu for assistance scheduling. 

If you are declared but considering changing or adding a major, email AdvisingSupport@depaul.edu

For the duration of Spring and Summer Quarters, we will be holding all advising appointments online via Zoom. There will be no in-person academic advising appointments available. 

To help the advisor prepare for your visit, we'll need some basic information such as your ID number, what major you’re thinking about, what kind of assistance you need (e.g., help choosing a major, choosing classes, etc.), and your general availability from Mon-Fri, 9am-5pm.  
Between the hours of 9am-5pm on Mon-Fri, you can also schedule appointments use the Chat feature on oaas.depaul.edu or call our front desk at 773/325-7431.

If you’ve worked with an OAAS advisor before, feel free to email that advisor directly.  You can find advisor email addresses on the Staff page.

OAAS appointments are scheduled for 60 minutes.

Our advisors will work with all LAS, CSH, and CMN undeclared or exploratory students. Additionally, we will see students from any college who are declared majors but who are exploring alternative or additional academic options.

There is some limited availability for same-day advising during the weeks of February 8, March 29, and May 3. Otherwise, please plan to schedule your appointment for a future date.

Our advisors work with undeclared and exploratory students only. If you are declared in a major and intend to keep it, you should no longer meet with an OAAS advisor. You will be assigned a major field advisor who will be able to help you. Feel free to call your academic department and ask who your new assigned advisor will be. You can use the DePaul Online Directory to locate your department's phone number.