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Make the Right Advising Appointment
If you’re a declared Physics major with 27 or more hours you’ll need to see a faculty member from the Department of Physics for advising. (If you're undeclared or have fewer than 27 hours, you'll need to see an Arts & Sciences Advising Center Advisor.)
Our faculty advisors are here not only to help you plan your schedule, but also answer questions about:
You may schedule an advising appointment during any point in the year, but should note that the heaviest advising time at UNO is typically during the months of October, for the spring semester classes, and March for the fall semester.
Contact the Physics Department for Advising
You can reach us by:
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- Interested in becoming a Physics major? Find out all of the details by visiting with Dr. Renat Sabirianov.
- Every Physics major is assigned a Physics faculty member as an advisor. If you are not sure who your advisor is, you can check in the Physics Office (DSC 129, (402) 554-2511) to find out.
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