Academic Advising

ACADEMIC ADVISING COVID-19 (CORONAVIRUS) UPDATES

Out of concern for the health and welfare of our community, Pamplin will no longer be offering in-person academic advising services. At this time, all Spring 2020 Pamplin academic advising services will be offered virtually.

  • During Course Request (March 24th through April 7th), current Pamplin business degree students may schedule 15-minute virtual Zoom appointments with their academic advisor.  Students should go to www.advising.pamplin.vt.edu to view their advisor’s availability. 
  • After April 7th, advising services will primarily be offered via email. Students may email their advisor with any questions.
  • Students can submit forms electronically via email to their advisor or businfo@vt.edu.
    • Do not include the student ID number in the form or email. The advisor will add the ID number upon receipt. 
    • Digital and scanned signatures will be accepted, as will email confirmation statements from VT email addresses (e.g. “I agree to the terms in the attached form; please accept this email as a signature”).   
    • Please send the completed form as an email attachment from the student VT email account. 
  • Real Estate majors should contact Samantha Sproviero ssamantha@vt.edu for advising assistance.

Pamplin academic advisors challenge students to actively explore opportunities, empower them to develop autonomy in making informed academic decisions, and equip them with tools and knowledge to design college experiences that fit their educational, professional, and personal goals.

      • Schedule an Appointment

        The Pamplin Advising System (PAS) enables students to see advisor availability and schedule appointments quickly and easily.

      • Change Major

        Students interested in applying into Pamplin, or switching out of Pamplin should read this important information regarding the change major process.

      • Forms

        Common questions and answers regarding the business curriculum, grade requirements, student resources, and much more can be found here.

      • Academic Policies

        Students are responsible for knowing university and Pamplin policies and procedures regarding the curriculum and degree requirements.

      • Major & Minor Checksheets

        The University Registrar approves major and minor checksheets that list degree requirements by graduation year.

      • Degree Audit (DARS)

        The Degree Audit Reporting System (DARS) is a computer generated report that shows a student’s progress towards degree, including complete, in-progress, and incomplete requirements.

      • Guide to Graduation

        Information regarding the graduation process and university/college commencement ceremonies can be found here.