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College of Liberal Arts

Appointments for Current Government Majors

We are currently seeing students by appointment virtually and in person.

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Prospective Government Majors

If you are not a current GOV Major, you MUST attend a GOV Major Info Session before you can meet with a GOV Advisor. Please RSVP for an information session here.

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College of Liberal Arts

Liberal Arts Student Division Advising

The Liberal Arts Student Division Advisors in Gebauer Hall (GEB 2.200) assists students with: Q Drops and Pass/Fail, One Time Exeptions (OTE), Applying to Graduate, Official Degree Check, etc.

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College of Liberal Arts

Contact Us!

We're available via email at guao@austin.utexas.edu or via phone at (512) 232-7283. Depending on the nature of your emailed questions, we may ask you to schedule an appointment.

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College of Liberal Arts

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College of Liberal Arts

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College of Liberal Arts

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Location: Batts Hall, BAT 2.102

Hours: Monday - Friday from 9 a.m. - noon, 1 p.m. - 4 p.m.

The Government Undergraduate Advising Office assists students with: degree requirements, scholarships, study abroad programs, honors programs, petitions, special waivers, scholastic probation, and transfer of credit. We also assist students with class registration, the add/drop process, semester planning, and making appropriate referrals to campus resources.

While advising is not required for students UNLESS they are new to the major or on scholastic probation, it is recommended that all GOV majors visit the advising office at least once a semester.

 

Government Undergraduate Advising Office
1 University Station A1800, BAT 2.102
The University of Texas at Austin
Austin, Texas, 78712
512.232.7283

 

GOV Advisors

Megan McKay

Julian Falgout

Cassadie Charlesworth

Krista Zampacorta