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The mission of ECE Undergraduate Advising is to provide the advice, services, and resources needed for students to make informed decisions about their progress towards an Electrical and Computer Engineering degree. 


Location: EER 2.884
Phone: 512-471-1851
Hours: Monday-Friday 8am-4pm             
           Closed daily from 12-1pm  









Need a form? Check out our Forms page.  

Have general questions about our programs and procedures? Look over our FAQ page.

Still have questions? See below for information about advising. 


Advisors are available for quick questions during walk-in advising hours. Please view our calendar for current walk-in advising hours. Q-drops and other forms will only be signed during walk-in advising hours. Peer advisors are available to assist with quick questions and general advising from 8am-4pm daily. 


For degree audit reviews or other questions that require more time with an advisor, please schedule an appointment here. Prior to scheduling an appointment, consult the information below to review specific areas of focus for each advisor. 


 Dr. Veronica Vasquez, Ed.D., Associate Director

Contact for questions about the BSEE/MSE Integrated Program. 



  Sharon Bressette, Undergraduate Advisor/Coordinator 

 Contact for questions about tutoring services, minors, pass/fail applications,  degree audit overrides, technical core course substitution forms, Software Engineering Design  with Academic Enrichment form, Data Sciences and  Information Processing form, and  graduating student exit interviews.



  Nikki Stinnette, M.A., Undergraduate Advisor  

 Contact for questions about Move Forward Program advising, probation advising/advising bars,  repeat appeals, EE 125S Internship course, EE x60 research course registration, and peer advisor/Compass  Graduate Assistant programs. 



  Melissa Sellars, M.Ed.,Undergraduate Advisor

 Contact for questions about study abroad/foreign exchange advising, prerequisites verification,  technical core selections, Academic Enrichment, ECE student organizations/Undergraduate  Advisory Board, and new student populations.