Academic Advising

CISE advising welcome video

Summer 2023 Advising Update:

Residential Students:

Schedule an Advising Appointment

To schedule your appointment (zoom or in person), please click here.

*An appointment is required to have your hold removed. The Advising Worksheet must be completed prior to your Hold Removal Appointment, or you will have to reschedule for a future date.

Drop-In Zoom Advising

Monday 1:30-2:30 p.m.

Tuesday 10-11 a.m.

Wednesday 10-11 a.m.

Thursday 1:30-2:30 p.m.

Friday 1:30-2:30 p.m.

For remote sign-in for Zoom Advising (drop-in and scheduled appointments), click on the link below. Then look for the message with the Zoom link (typically a pop-up). Join Zoom immediately.

Click here for Remote Lobby Sign-in (Links to an external site.)

In general, we do not handle advising by phone. Email and Zoom are the preferred methods of communication at this time. Students are strongly encouraged to continue using email for issues or questions that may not require a meeting – email us at IMPORTANT: ALWAYS include your UFID when corresponding, and ALWAYS email from your ufl address. Allow at least two business days for a response. During peak periods, response time may be longer – up to seven days.

UF Online Students:

Students should continue to contact Matt Williams at for any advising needs. IMPORTANT: ALWAYS include your UFID when corresponding, and ALWAYS email from your ufl address.

*Please note: students should check their ufl email every day. It is the ONLY way we have to officially communicate to our students. If we send a message that the student fails to read and that failure negatively affects the student in some way, it is the student’s responsibility.

CISE Academic Advising

CISE academic advisors are an invaluable resource for students at all stages of their academic careers. They are available to help you plan your program of study, resolve problems and provide valuable career guidance. Students are strongly encouraged to meet with their academic advisors at least once per semester.

Computer Science and Digital Arts and Sciences advising office: 405 CSE building

Computer Engineering advising office: 230 Larsen Hall

*All first-year Herbert Wertheim College of Engineering students (CSE and DAS) are advised in 204 Weil Hall.

Undergraduate Advisors

Computer Science and Digital Arts and Sciences: Jessica McCarty, Andrew Appling, Martha Pennock Schaub, and J. Matthew Williams (UF Online).
For all CS and DAS inquiries, email

Graduate Advisors

You can reach all graduate advisors by email at, or contact Adrienne L. Cook.

Graduate Admissions

For all questions about graduate applications:, or contact Kristina Sapp.