Academic Advising

You’ve earned your way into one of the leading supply chain management programs in the country. And, we are committed to providing you with the support that keeps you on track toward graduation, preparing you to step into industry ready to make an impact from day one.

That's why our faculty members offer dedicated office hours to guide you on majors and minors, career pathways and so much more, including career resources from the Zhang Career Center.

Your ideal future is waiting. And we'll help you get there, starting on day one.

Support and advising made easy

 As a supply chain management student, connecting with an advisor couldn't be easier. Whether you need to seek academic or career advice, want to hone your professional readiness skills or aim to study abroad, our academic advisors are ready to help.

Just for our students

Western Michigan University's supply chain management academic advisor, Alyshia Garrett, will help you plan your course schedule from orientation to graduation.


Megan Wagner Quote

  • I know that I will be entering a world where my work will be in high demand and of great value. Most of all, my work will bring meaningful importance in the field of supply chain.

    Megan Wagner, supply chain management student and student-athlete

Graduate advising with so many options

If you are nearing graduation and considering graduate school, our advisors can discuss your options as well as in-demand courses, flexible learning formats and possible ways to earn credit toward your degree.

Learn about business graduate programs.