The College of Aviation Advising Office at Western Michigan University serves undergraduate students with majors focusing on aviation flight science, aviation technical operations, and aviation management and operations. Academic advisors aid students in choosing courses that will fulfill major and general education requirements. All questions concerning courses or class schedules should be directed to the advising office. Students should visit an academic advisor each semester to ensure they are fulfilling requirements and making progress toward graduation. If you have any questions about your program, stop in the advising office or schedule an appointment by calling (269) 387-0347.
Updated: March 27, 2020
WMU remains open and the College of Aviation is here to support your advising needs.
By now, you have received multiple communications from President Montgomery and our Provost, Dr. Jennifer Bott, regarding the university’s response to the COVID-19 outbreak. College of Aviation Advising is open Monday through Friday 8 a.m. to noon and 1 to 5 p.m.
In alignment with courses being offered through distance education for the remainder of the semester, academic advising services will be offered from a distance as our staff works remotely during this time. You will be able to receive advising at a distance via email, phone, and video.
To schedule a phone advising appointment, you may call our office at (269) 387-0347. Phone calls will be attended to in the order received. You may also contact your academic advisor via email directly:
- Sharon Van Dyken, Director of Academic Advising
- Bette Ludwig, Academic Advisor
- Nicole Crump, Administrative Assistant
If you are unsure of your academic advisor, you can access that information in your Degree Works.
For prospective transfer and high school students, as you do not have an academic advisor of record yet, please email firstname.lastname@example.org with your questions. Your success is our top priority and we will do our best to serve your needs. Thank you for your patience and be well!
For additional information, visit the academic advising manual.