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Major Advising

Who To Talk To

Location

HPHY is housed in several buildings across campus.  The first point of contact for most students is the HPHY main office, located in 181 Esslinger Hall.  This is where to go for advising and scheduling questions.

 

Schedule an advising appointment

Schedule an advising appointment
Phone or drop by the main HPHY office 541-346-4107 / 181 Esslinger.  Appointments are typically available Monday – Friday.

Meet HPHY advisors

Meet HPHY advisors

Jen Strong
Jon Runyeon
Philip Matern

HPHY peer advisors

HPHY peer advisors
Peer advisors are an integral part of the HPHY advising team.  Peer advisors are familiar with major requirements, pre-requisites, classes, instructors and can often provide perspectives that professional advisors cannot.  Peer advisors are typically available for drop-in advising Monday – Friday 10:00 – 3:00 in the HPHY main office.

 

HPHY Major Requirements

Upcoming Courses Chart 

Additional Information:

How do I declare HPHY as my major?

To declare HPHY students must attend an orientation session.  Three sessions are held each term, one each during weeks 3, 6, and 9.  The sessions typically take less than thirty minutes.  Students needn’t schedule, or in any way sign up for orientation sessions.  Simply call or drop by the main HPHY office (541-346-4107 / 181 Esslinger) to learn exactly when and where they will occur, and then show up!

For students unable to attend an orientation session, it is possible to schedule a one-on-one appointment with Jen Strong, Director of Undergraduate Advising in HPHY after the last session during week 9 has passed.

FAQ's, Pre-reqs and more information
What is the HPHY two-attempts policy?

The HPHY two-attempts policy states that:

  • If it takes a student more than two attempts to complete any one HPHY required course, the option to proceed in HPHY may not be possible.

OR

  • If a student requires two attempts to complete more than three HPHY required courses, the option to proceed in HPHY may not be possible.

Note that ‘attempts’ include those resulting in a non-passing grade (C- or lower), a P or N grade (if the student opts to change the grading option to pass / no pass), or a ‘W’ if the student opts to withdraw from the course.

The two-attempts policy, like the minimum C grade policy is in place to help students make sound choices about proceeding in a major in which they may not be well suited.