Advising in the Colleges
Central Washington University provides students declared in their majors with a common advising experience to ensure they receive the support needed to excel academically and achieve their educational goals. Academic advisors within the colleges help students plan how to complete their degree by assisting student with many different processes.
Below you will find more information for each college advising unit. Navigate to the college advising page for more information regarding who to contact for information about a specific major or program.
The College of Arts and Humanities (CAH) is comprised of 13 departments and programs. All of the departments and three of the programs offer undergraduate degrees as well as minors which supplement other degree programs.
The College of Business (COB) is launching students toward a better future by engaging them in industry-relevant and student-centered programs.
The College of Education and Professional Studies (CEPS) is home to the School of Education, a number of professional studies programs, and the university’s two reserve officer training corps (ROTC) programs.
The College of the Sciences (COTS) is a broad ranging college that includes both the physical and social sciences along with many interdisciplinary programs.