The Physiology Undergraduate Academic Advisors are located in the Ina Gittings Building/621-4850 or 621-2785.
MAKE AN APPOINTMENT: sbs.arizona.edu/advising/student/login.php
The Physiology Undergraduate Advising Office is staffed by four professional academic advisors who can assist you in understanding the policies, requirements, and procedures associated with a university education. They can help you learn more about the options and opportunities available for your undergraduate education and for your future career plans. Academic advising is strongly recommended for all pre-majors and majors in physiology.
Students entering the University of Arizona with an interest in the physiology major should either attend an Orientation session or contact the Physiology Undergraduate Advising Office prior to registering for classes. Continuing students who are interested in changing their major to physiology should examine curriculum materials, particularly the Academic Program Requirements Report (APRR), before contacting an academic advisor.
Students can make an appointment to see their advisor by going to https://sbs.arizona.edu/advising/student/login.php and sign up for an appointment or they may take advantage of several advising "walk-in" sessions available each week during the academic year at the Ina Gittings Building on campus. Appointments are typcially 30 minutes, except during priority registration, when they are 15 minutes.
Check out the Physiology Advising Facebook group.
Physiology Major Academic Advisors
Marcy DeWeese, Academic Advisor
Ina Gittings, Room 109
Advises physiology pre-major and major students with last names K-O.
Focuses on recruitement of physiology students and New Student Orientation.
Bill Lesho, Academic Advisor Senior, Pre-Professional Program
Assists with career planning, particularly for health professions,
Luis Vega, Academic Advisor
Monique Pena, Academic Advisor
Ina Gittings, Room 111
Advises physiology pre-majors and major student with last names E-J
Meets with all 1st time Transfer Students