Major Advisors in Tykeson
The Advising Teams in Tykeson work closely with all university Advising Teams to ensure students have a clear understanding of departmental requirements. Continue to reach out to the Advising Team in Tykeson first for your general undergraduate advising needs – they will be providing remote advising appointments via Microsoft Teams (available for download here: http://teams.microsoft.com/).
NOTE: The Asian Studies Major is in the “Global Connections” Flightpath, so if you are making an appointment with an Advisor in Tykeson for your Asian Studies Major, make an appointment with a member of the Global Connections Advising Team (Courtney, Clay, Christina or Kenlei).
How do I schedule a remote appointment with an Advisor in Tykeson?
- To schedule a remote “drop-in” appointment M-F, 10-3pm:
- Use the chat function on this website: https://advising.uoregon.edu/tykeson
- Call: 541-346-9200
- To schedule a remote appointment, you can use the chat function on the website, or schedule directly through Navigate. From there, they will receive instructions on using Microsoft Teams for a remote appointment.
Advising for Graduating Seniors
All graduating seniors are encouraged to set up a remote appointment with a Global Connections Advisor in the first few weeks of your graduating term as a starting point to go over any questions you may have: https://advising.uoregon.edu/tykeson
Referrals to Asian Studies Undergraduate Advising
When needed, the Global Connections Advising Team in Tykeson will continue to refer students to either the OCIAS Undergraduate Support Team (administrative staff who will answer process-related questions) or the Undergraduate Advisor for Asian Studies.
Other Advising Notes
For Spring 2020 Term ONLY:
The UO Provost’s office announced changes in academic policies for winter and spring term 2020.
Among these changes is that for Spring term 2020 students can change their grading option for a course any time until July 16th, and changing to P/NP will not count against the limit of 12 credits of P/NP and 168 required graded credits. For this term a special P* grade will be assigned.
In response, the Asian Studies program will allow Asian Studies majors and minors to take classes for the Asian Studies major and minor as P/NP during Spring 2020. A P* grade in classes taken Spring 2020 will count for the Asian Studies major or minor.