Academic Advisement & Information Center
The Academic Advisement and Information Center (AAIC) is a hub of activity, support, and essential resources dedicated to assuring the academic success of all students at Farmingdale State College.
Be prepared for spring registration. Get advised prior to your registration date.
Advisement for spring registration begins now.
Non-Matriculated Students - Please note that Advisement for Spring Registration will begin on December 7th, 2015
AAIC advises the following majors:
- Bioscience: 60 or more credits / Junior Status MUST be advised by the Dept.
- Business Management: 30 or more credits / Sophomore Status MUST be advised by the Dept.
- Computer Programming & Information Systems: 15 or more credits / second semester freshman MUST be advised by the Dept.
- Criminal Justice - Law Enforcement - AS Degree
- Criminal Justice - Law Enforcement Technology - BS Degree: New - Incoming Transfer Students MUST be advised by the Dept; Seniors (Graduating by August, 2016 MUST be advised by the Dept)
- Security Systems - BS Degree: New - Incoming Transfer Students MUST be advised by the Dept; Seniors (Graduating by August, 2016 MUST be advised by the Dept)
- Computer Engineering Technology: 30 or more credits / Sophomore Status MUST be advised by the Dept.
- Electrical Engineering Technology: 30 or more credits / Sophomore Status MUST be advised by the Dept.
- Economics: 30 or more credits / Sophomore Status MUST be advised by the Dept.
- Non-Matriculated Students: Schedule appointment with Amber Kuchler
- Professional Communications (PCM): 60 or more credits / Junior Status MUST be advised by the Dept.
- Science, Technology & Society (STS): Senior Audits - schedule an apt with any of the faculty advisors in STS Dept.
- Sport Management: 30 or more credits /Sophomore Status MUST be advised by the Dept.
Incoming FRESHMAN & TRANSFER Students MUST make their Deposit before they can be advised.
Students should bring copies of their Transcripts from other Institutions (official or unofficial)
Please Note: At this time we cannot advise students in the following majors: all Health Sciences, Liberal Arts and Psychology
If your Major is not listed, please contact your department for advisement (under certain circumstances, you may come for an "unofficial" advisement; however, it will be necessary for you to meet with your department for verification.)
The AAIC is happy to meet with ALL FSC Students with questions or concerns; as well as, discuss and share information on topics such as:
- Changing Major
- Declaring a Minor
- Tutoring Information
- Add/Drop and Withdrawals from a course
- Early Warning Guidance and Probation
- How to navigate OASIS and Degree Works
- Study Abroad opportunities
Please note: AAIC will be closed on Monday, Oct. 5th - Wednesday, Oct. 7th as AAIC counselors will attend a conference.
Click to Schedule an Appointment
*Walk-in Wednesdays, 9:30am-12:30pm and 2:30pm-5:30pm.
The Academic Counselors are available to offer general academic support and guidance to all students by appointment and on a drop-in basis. If you have any questions related to academic matters, a good place to turn for answers and referrals is the AAIC.
Some of the specific ways in which the AAIC can assist you are:
- Academic Counselors, partnering with faculty advisors, offer guidance to students on degree requirements and course scheduling
- The AAIC serves as a one-stop information center where students can have questions answered and receive referrals on such matters as: How do I register for classes? Who is my assigned academic advisor? Is there a pre-health advisor? Where can I get information on study abroad? Where can I get tutoring help in math? Who do I see about my financial aid package? Am I eligible to join an academic honor society? I have been placed on academic probation....what does that mean?
- Students can use the AAIC as a resource where they can obtain forms and receive guidance pertaining to important academic matters such as change of major, course add/drop, application to declare a minor, and permission to withdraw from a course.
We invite and encourage all FSC students to become familiar with the resources on this website and to visit us at the AAIC.