Advising and Student Transitions

We're here to help

It's Time to See Your Academic Advisor!  

Have questions for an advisor? We're offering Virtual Drop-In Advising via Zoom weekdays from 1-3 p.m. Click the link below and you'll immediately be connected to a member of our staff.

Click here to join the Drop In Advising Zoom call.

Need to talk to an academic advisor at a different time? We offer virtual drop-ins (via phone or Zoom) and in-person drop-ins in CH 366 every day from 8:30 a.m. - 4 p.m. Call (320) 308-6075 or email and you will be given instructions on how to connect with an advisor. 

We’re here to help so please let us know if you have questions!

Advising and Student Transitions helps students develop their academic programs.
Our staff offers students individualized help with:

  • General education advising
  • Academic resources and services
  • Major and minor options
  • Changing your major
  • Reviewing graduation requirements
  • Academic probation advising
  • Creating graduation plans

Our priority is the health and safety of our students and our team. Advisors have expanded their availability to include online appointments in Zoom, which allows for screen sharing and physical distancing.

Schedule an appointment with your advisor

Book an appointment with your advisor by logging into Navigate on the link above with your Star ID and password and clicking the blue “Schedule an Appointment” button. If you are unable to connect via Zoom, please indicate "Phone Appointment" in the comments field, and include your preferred phone number. Zoom links will be emailed to your St. Cloud State HuskyNet account prior to your appointment. 

Services for...

  • New students

    New first year & transfer students can register for our Advising & Registration Program and Huskies 1st Four Days, programs designed to support your success!

  • Current students

    You’ve got specific questions about advising, majors, and resources. We’ve got answers!

  • Returning students

    Explore information for St. Cloud State students who are returning to school after a break in their enrollment.