​Undergraduate Advising

​We are here for you.

COVID-19 Impacts:

March 17, 2020

Our office will continue to process requests and offer academic advising virtually during regular business hours via email and Zoom/Google Hangouts. 

For specific academic advising related questions, please contact your assigned School of Business Academic Advisor. For general questions, please contact sb.advising@sandiego.edu.

We will not be conducting in-person meetings and appointments or accepting walk-in traffic during this time. Thank you for your patience and understanding. Please visit the university’s COVID-19 website for the most current information for the USD community.



From the moment you declare your major, you will have a dedicated University of San Diego School of Business academic advisor to help guide you and discuss your progress towards graduation.

With so many course choices within your major, we will help you navigate through all your options to find the best ones that match your unique goals. We know you are ready to tackle the world, so we will also review your degree plan, talk about your on-track status and provide guidance to help you graduate on time.

Undergraduate Advising Office Hours:

Monday – Thursday: 8:00 a.m. – 5:00 p.m.
Friday: 8:30 a.m. – 2:30 p.m.


Meet with Your Advisor

We encourage students to meet with their academic advisor at least once each semester, preferably before the registration rush begins.

Make an Appointment 

All done with the first 90 units?

Hey seniors—just a couple things before you start celebrating. First, make sure you submit your graduation petition. Next, complete the graduation audit and meet with your advisor.

Check your progress. (And check again.)

Curious how far you are to graduation? Or feel like basking in all your amazing accomplishments to date? You can access your academic progress anytime using our online tool Degree Works (formally DARS).

  • How do I declare my major in the USD School of Business?
  • When do I declare my major?
  • I would like to study abroad. Can I still graduate on time if I do?
  • What do I need to complete my undergraduate degree?
  • Can I take a course over the summer at a school other than USD? If so, how do I know if it will be accepted?
  • Can I take a course pass/fail?
  • I need help finding a job or internship. Where do I go?
  • What do I need to do to satisfy the Passport requirements?