Academic Advising

The College of ECST believes academic advising is an essential part of student success. We are committed to delivering quality advising services to our students to assist them achieve their educational, career, and personal goals. We do this by nurturing a culture where students take responsibility, actively participate in the advising process, and by using a full range of institutional resources.  To deliver advising services, our college practices a split advising model in which advising is carried out by professional staff advisors in the ECST Advising Center (EAC), which is housed in the ECST Student Success Center (ESSC), and by faculty advisors in their departments.

 

How is advising organized in the College of ECST?

Professional Advisors in the ECST Advising Center provide services to:

  • Engineering majors (CE, EE, ME) currently working on completing their math and physics series.
  • Computer science (CS) majors currently working on their math (up to Calculus II) and computer science program series.
  • Technology majors (ITEC, AVAD, and FPAT) currently working on their first and second year of their curriculum.
  • Prospective students seeking general information regarding ECST degree programs, program requirements, and transfer admission requirements.

Advising Center Appointments: To make an advising appointment with a Professional Advisor in the EAC, click on the Student Success Collaborative (SSC) icon on the top right-hand side.

 

Faculty Advisors in their respective departments provide services to:

  • Engineering majors (CE, EE, ME) who have completed their math and physics series.
  • Computer science (CS) majors who have completed their math (up to Calculus II) and computer science program series.
  • Technology majors (ITEC, AVAD, and FPAT) who have completed their first and second year of their curriculum.

Faculty Advising Appointments: To make an appointment with a Faculty Advisor you may either call or stop by the department main office.  The Major departments offer drop-in hours throughout the week.

 

Graduate Students

Graduate students also receive advising services through their major department. Updates or changes regarding concentration and electives can be made only with an approval of the graduate advisor. All graduate students are required to see the Chair of the Department for further information.  To make an appointment with an advisor in your department, please contact the department directly.

 

 

    Schedule an Advising   
    Appointment with the
    ECST Advising Center   
        (Click on the icon below.)
ECST Student Success Collaborative
  Request and advising Apointment
 
Advising Center Office Hours*:

Monday - Friday: 8:00 AM - 5:00 PM

We operate on an appointment basis.  Scheduled

advising appointments are 30 minutes in length.

Students must meet with an advisor at least once a semester.

 

Advising Center Academic Advising Drop-in Hours*:

Tues.  3:15 PM - 4:15 PM

Wed.   8:30 AM - 10:00 AM

            3:00 PM - 4:30 PM

Thurs. 3:15 PM - 4:15 PM

Students may meet with an advisor on a

first-come-first serve basis during drop-in hours.

Drop-in appointments are 15 minutes in length for

quick questions.

 

Advising Center Career Advising Drop-in Hours*:

Tues., Thurs., and Fri.  9:30 AM - 12:00 PM

 

General Quick Questions:

For general questions you may stop by the front desk

at the ECST Advising Center and speak to a front desk

receptionist.

 

Advising Center Location:

Office:  E&T Building, A-125

Phone: (323) 343-4574

Email: ecstarc@cslanet.calstatela.edu

 

*Advising Hours are subject to change. Please
check this website regulary.