Baldwin Wallace University
275 Eastland Road
Berea, OH 44017
Monday-Friday 8:30 a.m.-5:00 p.m.
(summer-- 8:00 a.m.-4:30 p.m.)
Baldwin Wallace University Academic Advising Mission
Academic Advising at Baldwin Wallace University is a developmental process of faculty advisors teaching students to strategize, plan and critique decisions related to their educational, career and personal goals. Through your advising relationships, you will learn how to utilize resources and tools to make effective, self-directed decisions. While advising is a collaborative effort, the ultimate responsibility for making decisions rests with the individual student.
Academic Advising for undergraduate day students is provided by faculty and coordinated by the staff of the Office of Academic Advising, located in 102 Bonds Hall. Every student who has declared a major will be advised by a faculty member in that department or division. Major-undecided students are assigned to a faculty advisor in their academic area of interest or to a faculty advisor who works with undecided students.
Are you unsure of your major? Want to talk about how your academic work, co-curricular involvement, experiential learning, and career planning can all fit together? Need help with your Grad Plan? Want to make changes to your academic program or advisor? We can help! Stop by Bonds 102.
Academic Advising is a partner in the Baldwin Wallace Center for Academic and Professional Success.