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Business Advising and Student Engagement

Business Advising and
Student Engagement

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Your Home BASE for Advising and
Engagement Opportunities

From your first day of class to graduation, the staff in BASE are your resource for academic advising, numerous opportunities to get engaged in the college and enriching your learning outside of class.

Advising Tools

Undergraduate Catalog

Explore classes and policies

Undergraduate Catalog


Connect with faculty and advisors



Manage classes, accounts and holds


GPA Calculator

Explore ways to increase your GPA

GPA Calculator

Degree Planner

Map out a schedule that fits your life

Degree Planner

Four Year Plans

Learn about degree options

College of Business Majors

Ways to Talk to an Advisor

Meeting with an advisor should be on your to-do list each and every semester. We can ensure you stay on track for graduation if you regularly meet with us to discuss your plans, interests and goals. We provide you with critical information about academic programs and degree requirements, personal and professional development, major choices, policies and procedures, and important resources.

Schedule Your Appointment

Schedule an appointment through MyPlan. Advisors are available for appointments Monday-Friday, 8:30 a.m.-4 p.m. in HLH 125 or video chat via Zoom. On Tuesdays, you can meet with an advisor 10 a.m.-4 p.m.

Great questions to ask your advisor during your appointment include: planning your course schedule, questions about your major, a double major, etc. Please review your degree audit in advance and bring your questions.

Schedule in MyPlan

Walk-In and See an Advisor

Advisors are still available for quick questions on a first-come, first-serve basis. Walk-in advising is offered 8:30 a.m.-4 p.m., excluding Tuesdays, 8-10 a.m. in HLH 125.

Great questions to ask your advisor in one of these 20-minute sessions include: adding one course, issues with registration, academic deadline questions, etc.

Email an Advisor

Got a quick question for an advisor? You can use this form to email an advisor.

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Course Overrides
Computer Software Policy

If you are transferring in credit for a course that serves as a prerequisite, you will need to fill out the Prerequisite Override form to request a permission code to enroll for class with available seats.

If you are trying to enroll in a class that is currently full, refer to the College of Business Closed Course Policies.

Business students using a personal computer for business coursework are required to have Microsoft Office Professional 2019 software or a Windows operating system.

For PC and Mac Users

Microsoft Office Professional 2019 options:
1. Purchase from HuskerTech, located in the lower level of Nebraska Union - $35
2. Download from DreamSpark* - Free

Additionally for Mac Users

Windows operating system options:
1. Purchase from HuskerTech, located in the lower level of Nebraska Union - $25
2. Download from DreamSpark* - Free

Parallels for Mac**
1. Purchase from HuskerTech - $39.99

* DreamSpark is only open to students taking business courses (meaning you will not have access after you graduate) and requires a email address.
** Needed to run macOS and Windows operating systems at the same time.

HuskerTech Help Center

Your Success Matters to Us

You can meet with any of our academic advisors during your collegiate experience. We each bring different expertise and life experience to our jobs. No matter who you meet and build relationships with, our entire team cares about your success.

Meet Your Advisors

How To Find Us

Phone Number: 402-472-2310
Please identify your name, major and NUID for us to best help you.


College of Business
730 N. 14th Street (14th and Vine)
Lincoln, NE 68588-0405

Get Directions:
You’ll find us on the first floor of Howard L. Hawks Hall in room 125, which is at the corner of 14th and Vine. The office is located off the south grand staircase near the southeast entrance of the building.

Campus Map
Hawks Hall Map
College Resources

Teaching and Learning Center

Everyone can benefit from getting help on coursework through the FREE tutoring offered by the Teaching and Learning Center. You can take advantage of regularly scheduled tutoring assistance available for core classes or request help with specialized software and courses at a time that works for you. The center also coordinates Face Time with the Faculty, free lunches where you'll spend time with faculty members outside of the classroom and discuss anything from your future to your favorite hobbies.

Teaching and Learning Center

Business Career Center

The award-winning Business Career Center is your one stop to becoming a confident, professional and connected business student.

Business Career Center


Thanks to alumni and friends who have provided scholarships, the College of Business awards more than $800,000 in scholarships annually to first-year and continuing students.


IT Services

Find the help and resources you need to be your best through IT Services. Visit the website to download Microsoft Office, Adobe Creative Cloud, Symantec Antivirus software and more.

IT Services

Campus Resources

Center for Academic Success and Transition

The center is located in 127 Love Library designed to help you feel at home on campus, connect you with resources and help build your skills for success at Nebraska.

Center for Academic Success and Transition

Writing Center

The Writing Center, located in 102 Andrews Hall, provides feedback during any and all stages of writing anything from an essay to a lab report. They also offer satellite locations in the evenings in the Adele Hall Learning Commons. Appointments are encouraged.

Writing Center

Math Resource Center

The Math Resource Center is a FREE tutoring service that offers assistance in 100-level math courses, as well as any pre-calculus or calculus courses offered by the Department of Mathematics. No appointments or reservations are needed.

Math Resource Center

Modern Languages Lab

The Modern Languages Lab, located in 302 Burnett Hall, is a student resource that promotes learning through international film, music and news. Tutoring is available in the Language Lounge for students in the Spanish, French and German basic language courses.

Modern Languages Lab

Advisor Profiles
Mostek, Jennifer
Burdic, J. Jeff
Assistant Director
Christensen, Megan
Assistant Director
Light, Ashley
Program Coordinator / Academic Advisor
Davis, Mark S
Academic Advisor
Diaz, Alejandro
Academic Advisor
Smith, Caitlin
Academic Advisor
Starman, Marissa
Academic Advisor
Sueper, Kevin
Academic Advisor
Wesley, Rachel
Academic Advisor
Peters, Jaylen
Administrative Support Associate
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Business Advising and Student Engagement
HLH 125