Office of Academic Services and Intern Support (OASIS)

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Office of Academic Services and Intern Support (OASIS)

The Office of Academic Services and Intern Support (OASIS) is the representative office for the academic dean of the College of Education. OASIS strives to provide students, staff, and faculty, with the tools and support needed for student success. OASIS serves as the central repository for all student records, monitors required academic milestones, provides academic advising and support for undergraduate students, collaborates with academic departments to provide academic support for graduate students, and serves as the primary liaison between current students and the Office of the Registrar, the Division of Undergraduate Studies, and The Graduate School. OASIS directly manages the undergraduate admission process and provides support to academic departments in the admission of graduate students.

Additionally, OASIS works with educator preparation programs throughout the university to coordinate internship placements and field-based experiences with PK-12 schools and students.

OASIS is located in room 2301 of the Stone Building on the main FSU campus.


Undergraduate Advising


Virtual Drop-In Advising

Drop/Add Week

During the week of Drop/Add (Aug 21-27) OASIS will offer virtual drop-in advising from 8:30 am - 11:30 am and 1:00 pm - 3:30 pm. Zoom link:

General Advising

After Drop/Add week, OASIS will have virtual drop/add advising hours from 8:30 AM – 11:30 AM each Friday. You are strongly encouraged to make an appointment, especially during peak registration periods (e.g. first week of the term), when wait times can be long. If you wish to discuss changing your major, you must make an appointment. Zoom link:

Advising Appointments

You can make an advising appointment online using the following links:

  • Frank Amidon (Liberal Studies & Prerequisite Advising, Orientation, Preparation for Upper Division, Major Changes into Education):

  • Robert Birken (Liberal Studies & Prerequisite Advising, Orientation, Preparation for Upper Division, Major Changes into Education):

  • Stephen Mozier (Graduation Checks & Degree Clearances, Withdrawals, Course Overload Permission, Summer Residency Requirements Waivers, Oral Communication Competency Requirement Waivers, Upper Division Transfer Credit Evaluation, Undergraduates Taking Graduate Level Courses Permission):
  • Mia Hines, BS/MS Advisor for Educator Preparation programs (Elementary Education, English Education, Social Science Education, Special Education Teaching, Visual Disabilities Education). FTCE General Knowledge Exam Preparation. Please e-mail to schedule an appointment.


Graduate Advising

Your major professor or academic advisor assigned by your academic department provides advising for graduate students. Please contact your major professor/advisor directly to set up an academic advising appointment.