Student Resource Guide

If you have questions or concerns about any of the information provided, please feel free to contact the FAA Undergraduate Affairs Office at 217-333-6061 or

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FAA Undergraduate Academic Affairs Office

110 Architecture Building
217-333-6061 |
Academic Policies
Academic Forms

Bryan Deutsch LCSW
Embedded Clinical Counselor
217-333-3704 |
Counseling Center
Rm. 108 Architecture Building

FAA Departmental Undergraduate Advisors

Meet the Academic Affairs Team

Download the full Student Resource Guide

Common Campus Resources

Campus Career Services

The Career Center

FAA Career Services

Career information for students who are seeking career counseling services and career resources.

Counseling Center

Services to help students address emotional, interpersonal, and academic concerns.

DARS for Students/U.Achieve

A way for students to run their own grade audit to see their progress toward graduation and various majors.

Disability Resources & Educational Services (DRES)

For all information pertaining to disability services on campus.

International Student & Scholar Services (ISSS)

For all information regarding questions related to international status, immigration, programming, and advocacy.

James Scholar Honors Program

For all information pertaining to the FAA honors program. Every college has a unique system to acknowledge high achievement.

McKinley Health Center (Stress Management)

Services to assist with stress, time management, self-esteem, and assertiveness.

Emergency Dean

Supports students who are experiencing an emergency after 5 p.m. that requires an immediate university response.

Office of the Dean of Students/Student Assistance Center (ODOS)

For information on university policies and procedures and assistance with absences and health/mental health situations of concern.

Office of Inclusion & Intercultural Relations (OIIR)

For support, services, and programming offered by the six cultural and resource centers on campus.

Office of Minority Student Affairs (OMSA)

For support services and activities designed to assist underrepresented groups on campus.

Pre-Health at Illinois

Advising and resources for students interested in pursuing a health profession as a career goal.

Pre-Law Advising Services

A great resource for students thinking about a career in law and for those preparing to apply to law school.

Scholarships & Financial Assistance

Offers various types of aid information available on campus, federally, or through the state.

Study Abroad Office (Education Abroad)

Helps students with a range of international study and educational opportunities abroad.


This site will help you decide what kind of assistance you need and how to get connected to services for mental health, wellness, access, and accommodation.

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