Undergraduate Advising

All incoming freshmen and transfer students will be assigned an advisor with the College of Arts and Sciences when they begin taking courses.

This major requires students to be of sophomore standing or above, based on earned credit hours, before enrolling in any CD courses.

Communicative disorders advisors will be assigned by the department each semester as students reach sophomore standing. We will contact you via your @crimson.ua.edu email account with information about who your academic advisor will be. We send out a department email to inform you of when formal advising will begin and how to sign up for an appointment time.

Advising Worksheet

We are using a DocuSign form to electronically complete and sign your advising worksheet. Please use the link below to fill in your course plan and sign to send to your assigned CD advisor.

DocuSign CD Advising Worksheet

Class Informational Videos

Please use the links below to watch advising videos specifically for your class prior to completing your advising worksheet.

Sophomore Advising Video

Junior Advising Video

Senior Advising Video

 

 

 

Seniors: We have a new elective seminar class being offered Spring 2023. First come first serve for 20 students. Contact the department at cd@as.ua.edu for a registration permit today!

 

 

 

 

 

Join us for an Open House to answer all of your graduate application questions on Friday Nov. 4th 9:00-10:30cst. In-person and Zoom attendance available.

  • Application requirements with the Director of Graduate Studies
  • FAQs with current second year graduate students
  • Clinic tours with CD ambassadors
  • Learn more about our program

RSVP today!

 

 

 

If you have additional questions about advising or the undergraduate program, email Dr. Paul Reed, Director of Undergraduate Studies, at pereed1@ua.edu.

advising FAQ

Frequently Asked Questions

Find answers about courses, graduate school, and more. 
undergraduate catalog

Undergraduate Catalog

See a list of requirements for the undergraduate major and minor.