Many students are undecided about their major when they enter the university. All undecided students are designated University Students and are advised by Arts and Sciences Advising Services. While it is proper to explore alternative choices, students should also pursue a course of study that culminates in graduation. For this reason, there is a limit to the length of time students may remain University Students.
“At the completion of 45 hours, University Students who have entered the University of Tennessee as freshmen must associate with a college or officially declare a major prior to the end of the next term of enrollment.” (Undergraduate Catalog, pg. 42).
Advising Center Contacts
- College of Agricultural Sciences and Natural Resources
- College of Architecture and Design
- College of Arts and Sciences Advising Services
- College of Business Administration
- College of Communication and Information
- College of Education, Health, and Human Sciences
- College of Engineering
- College of Nursing
- College of Social Work
Center for Career Development
Still exploring majors and don’t know what to take next semester?
Meeting with a career counselor can make an advising appointment more productive. Students are encouraged to call 974-5435 to schedule an appointment at the Center for Career Development. Some students may find it helpful to take the Strong Interest Inventory before meeting with a counselor. Students should also check out What Can I Do With This Major? to find lots of great information about the majors offered at UT.