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Find Your Advisor

Academic Advising is a valuable partnership between students and their advisors. All advisors provide you with the flexibility to meet with you in-person or virtually. In this section, we help you locate your advisor so you can receive assistance.

To identify your advisor, follow these steps:

  1. Log in to your Aggie Portal (
  2. Select Self-Service
  3. Click the Student Tab and select “Student Profile”
  4. View your Advisor’s Primary Name

Central Advisors vs. Faculty Advisors

  • Central Advisors- If you have less than 60 credit hours, you are assigned a Central Advisor who works with you to build a pathway toward student success. Central Advisors help you establish a sense of belonging, create connections, and provide supportive guidance as you begin your journey at OPSU. You can email them at
  • Faculty Advisors- After earning at least 60 credit hours, students are assigned a Faculty Advisor who brings their valuable expertise related to their field and your declared program of study. They provide you with insight into course content, research, and the job market.


What do I do if I don’t see an assigned advisor?

If you don’t see an assigned advisor, please contact Academic Records at

What do I do if I can’t reach my Central Advisor?

If you are unable to reach your Central Advisor, please contact the Hispanic Student Center at or the Academic Resource Center at

What do I do if I can’t reach my Faculty Advisor?

Faculty Advisors hold a minimum of 10 office hours per week. However, if you are not able to reach your assigned Faculty Advisor, please contact the Dean of the college.

College of Arts and Education (Hamilton Hall)

College of Agriculture, Science, and Nursing (Science and Agriculture Building)

College of Business and Technology (Carter Hall)

When should I meet with my advisor?

  • Students should meet with their advisor at least once a semester to discuss enrollment; however, you can meet with your advisor more frequently throughout the semester.
  • Students often meet with their advisors to discuss:
    • Balancing academic and non-academic responsibilities
    • Receiving academic support
    • Selecting/changing majors, minors, certificates, etc.
    • Withdrawing from the university
    • Getting involved on campus
    • Exploring early career opportunities, such as internships
    • Dealing with personal challenges that impact academic performance