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Student Advising Center

The College of Nursing Student Advising Center, located in 2150 Health Sciences Building, serves declared nursing majors, transfer students and accelerated second-degree BSN nursing students. The East Campus Academic Advising Center provides academic advising for freshmen and sophomore students.

Our mission is to support students by partnering with academic departments and student support services to promote diverse educational experiences and to foster professional success and responsible citizenship. We believe that academic advising is a process that supports students as they clarify their life goals and make choices regarding educational programs that will help them to realize these goals.

Students are encouraged to meet with their academic adviser as often as possible in order to better establish free and open lines of communication. Advisers are interested in becoming acquainted with students as individuals in addition to assisting with academic questions on topics such as:

  • Registration
  • Course drop and add procedures
  • Graduation requirements

Although students are assigned to a specific adviser, they may see anyone in the center upon request. Appointments are available Monday through Friday 8 a.m. to 5 p.m.

Bachelor's of Science in Nursing (ECU freshmen and sophomores)

Office location
Academic Advising and Support Center
2500 Old Cafeteria Building (East Campus)

To schedule an appointment

BSN and Accelerated Second-Degree BSN

Office Location
2150 Health Sciences Building

To schedule an appointment
252-744-6477 or 252-744-6422


RN to BSN students should contact the RN to BSN office to schedule an advising appointment. (RN to BSN students should be registered nurses and who hold a valid, unrestricted license to practice as a registered nurse in North Carolina or a North Carolina Board of Nursing-recognized compact state.)

Office Location
3162 Health Sciences Building

To schedule an appointment

Graduate Students

Graduate students are advised by the director of their program (MSN concentration, DNP or PhD director) or designated faculty member.