Student Services

The Center for Academic Advising exists to provide supportive tools to promote successful student academic progression. The Center for Academic Advising fosters a culture of support and accountability by collaborating with students and connecting them with campus resources.

The Center for Academic Advising will implement and support student-centered programs aimed at enhancing the Coleman Student experience. Support and resources are provided for new and continuing students and the Center for Academic Advising advocates academic success for every student.

Transfer Admission/Credit Information: Undergraduate and Graduate students transferring to Coleman University may meet some degree requirements by presenting credit earned from accredited institutions of higher education. Official evaluation of transfer credit is under the authority of the Dean of Education, or designee and the Registrar.

More information regarding: Transfer Credit Limits, Grades Required, Military Courses, International Applicants.

How Can We Help You?

The Center for Academic Advising is here for you. These are some of the ways we can enhance your college experience:

  • Class scheduling
  • Graduation planning
  • Academic accommodation
  • Honor Society membership
  • Personal and academic advising
  • Joining or starting a campus club
  • Volunteering for campus activities

Office Hours

Academic Advisors are available:
Monday - Thursday, 8:00 a.m. - 8:30 p.m.
Friday 8:00 a.m. - 3 p.m.

Bonnie Neptune
Academic Advisor
858-966-3977 /

Andrew Carlson
Academic Advisor
858-233-8466 /

Kevin Wooll
Director, Center for Academic Advising
858-966-3987 /

Ariana Gonzalez
858-223-8444 / /

John Roy
Associate Registrar
858-966-3997 / /