What follows is a complete directory of assigned academic advisors listed by degree program. Simply click on your degree program, then click on your major, and you will find instructions for contacting your assigned academic advisor.
- Associate Degrees
- Baccalaureate Degrees
- Certificate Programs
- Non-matriculated Students
- Research Aligned Mentorship Scholars
The AAIC does not currently advise the following majors:
- Architecture & Construction Management
- Automotive Technology
- Aeronautical Science - Professional Pilot
- Business Analytics
- Dental Hygiene
- Geographic Information Systems
- Medical Laboratory Technology
- Nutrition Science and Wellness
- Urban Horticulture & Design
- Visual Communications
Please contact your department for advisement.
Academic Advisement and
Academic Advisement is essential for your success at Farmingdale. We want you to take full advantage of the wide range of courses and academic programs - as well as the support services - available at the College. We also want you to stay on track and graduate on time. So, before you select and register for courses, contact and meet with your assigned academic advisor.
Incoming First-Year Students - Fall 2019 Registration
Beginning on April 15, incoming first-year students should log into the Accepted Student Portal and answer a survey that will allow the Academic Advisement and Information Center (AAIC) to set up a schedule for you. By the second week of May, you should be able to see your schedule through OASIS. If you have questions about the schedule or need to change something, you can set up an appointment to see us after viewing your schedule. Appointments with incoming students with schedules begin on May 1st.
NOTE: Access to the campus parking lots during the PGA Championship golf tournament Monday, May 13th through Sunday, May 19th will be limited.
Advisory Regarding SUNY Policy
State University of New York (SUNY) policy prohibits Farmingdale State admissions
application from inquiring into an applicant's prior criminal history. After acceptance,
the College shall inquire if the student previously has been convicted of a felony
if such individual seeks campus housing or participation in clinical or field experiences,
internships or study abroad programs. The information required to be disclosed under
SUNY policy regarding such felony convictions shall be reviewed by a standing campus
committee consistent with the legal standards articulated in New York State Corrections
Students who have previously been convicted of a felony are advised that their prior criminal history may impede their ability to complete the requirements of certain academic programs and/or to meet licensure requirements for certain professions. Students who have concerns about such matters are advised to contact the dean's office of their intended academic program.