Undergraduate Programs


  • Q: How often should you see an advisor? (click to expand)

    A: It is important that you see your advisor at least once every semester, especially during your first year at the university. Students should prepare before each advising appointment by preparing questions and reviewing their Degreeworks.

    Students must clearly articulate and explore their goals, plans and concerns with their advisor to ensure that the advisor is able to provide an individualized academic plan. Students who actively participate in the advising process and academic goals will have a successful experience.

  • Q: When is the best time to see an advisor? (click to expand)

    A: See your advisor early in the semester. If you wait until the week before your registration appointment time, your advisor may not have any available appointments. It is best to make an advising appointment during February and October because academic advising offices are not as busy.

Advising can be completed in person or by phone. To make an appointment, we require that you use E-scheduler:

Contact one of our Public Health Advisors

Bachelor of Science & all Minors in Public Health

Environmental Science & Policy Public Health MPH/MSPH Dual Degree

Fast Track MPH/MSPH

  • Pre-admission Undergraduate Advisor
  • Amy Sturrock
  • 813-974-8955
  • asturrock@honors.usf.edu
  • Note: Amy only advises Honors College students who are pursuing the fast-track.

eScheduler Instructions

Once you log in, select College of Public Health, then an Advisor, and proceed to schedule your preferred date and time. Walk in Hours are typically held Tuesdays from 9am-11:30am and Thursday from 1:30pm-3:00pm. See eScheduler for changes in walk-in hours.