Academic Advising Worksheet
Fall 2023 Academic Advising Worksheet
- This worksheet is for use by all students who matriculated in August of 2021 or after and by Part-Time Students who Matriculated in August of 2020.
- If you are a full-time student who matriculated in August of 2020 or earlier or a part-time student who matriculated in August of 2019 or earlier, contact Dean Aden for an Advising Worksheet for the prior curriculum.
Additional Advising Resources
Below are links to some additional resources that may be helpful as you are considering what classes to take.
- Academic Regulations (especially Regulations 5, 6, 10, and 16)
- Advanced Writing and Experiential Learning Requirements
- Bar-Tested Courses
- Career Pathways
- Conflict Exam Request Form
- Course Catalog
- Curriculum Overview
- Electives and Specialized Areas of Study
- Graduation Requirements & Graduation Checklists
- Joint/Dual Degree Information
- Law Certificate Information
- Registration & Course Information (including the Course Grid/List, Exam Schedule, and Registration Memo)
- UM Degree
Academic Advising PowerPoint Presentations
A summary of information students should know in selecting courses can be found in the PowerPoints from the Fall 2023 advising presentations for Rising 2Ls and 3Ls.
Rising 3L Academic Advising PowerPoint Presentations
- Fall 2023 Academic Advising Workshop PowerPoint for all Rising 3Ls (COMING SOON)
Rising 2L Academic Advising PowerPoint Presentations
- Fall 2023 Academic Advising Workshop PowerPoint for Full-Time Rising 2Ls
- Fall 2023 Academic Advising Workshop PowerPoint for Part-Time Rising 2Ls
1L Advising Meetings
All 1Ls will be assigned to work with an academic advisor in the spring of their 1L year.
Upper-Level Advising Meetings
If you are pursuing a certificate in Advocacy, Business, Health, or Tax Law, ask to meet with the Certificate Director make sure you are on track for the certificate.
Students should also consider seeking academic advising from faculty who teach, write, or have practiced in areas of law of interest to you.
You may also reach out to the professor who advised you during your 1L year.
Dean Aden, Dean Wilson, and Professor Fung are also available for individual advising for students who want to discuss their course selections or have other questions.