LS Advising

Late Change of Class Schedule

Late Change of Class Schedule Policy & Procedure

The following applies to requests for enrollment changes after the posted enrollment deadline dates.

L&S Deadline Dates

Many calendars and deadlines govern university life, such as the Office of the Registrar's Academic Calendar. Mark these L&S dates as part of your student responsibility to know deadlines.  You can also review Events & Programs for workshop information. 

Spring 2020

January 31st: 2nd Week

Spring 2020 Events/Programs Schedule (by topic)

Click workshop titles for descriptions. 

Major Exploration/Changes

Seven Steps to Choose a Major

          Tues, Feb 4 (12:10pm - 1:00pm): 262 Evans

          Fri, Mar 6 (12:10pm - 1:00pm): 262 Evans

          Wed, Apr 8 (12:10pm - 1:00pm): 236 Evans

Seven-Course Breadth Requirement

To satisfy Seven-Course Breadth at Berkeley follow these guidelines:

Forms and Petitions - L&S Undergraduate Advising

Forms are in PDF format and may be downloaded to your computer for reviewing and printing. You must have Adobe Acrobat Reader or another PDF viewer installed.

Academic Probation

Academic probation is a serious matter. Students who do not clear academic probation by the end of the next semester (fall or spring) of enrollment will be subject to dismissal by the College of Letters & Science. It is very important for students to meet with a College Adviser to understand their academic status and make sure they are aware of the steps they should take to return to good academic standing.

Foreign Language

Satisfying Foreign Language with High School Coursework or Exam


Minimum Grade/Score Required to Satisfy Foreign Language

Completion of high school foreign language (other than English) through the third year of instruction Letter grade of C- or higher
SAT Subject Test, language other than English 590

Advanced Placement Exam in World Languages and Cultures:
   Chinese Language and Culture

Jessie Rosales

Joined the L&S Office of Undergraduate Advising in March 2019


M.Ed., Student Affairs, UCLA, 2014

B.A., Psychology, UC San Diego, 2013

B.A., Human Development, UC San Diego, 2013

What is your approach to advising?

Rachel Remillard


B.S. Bachelor of Science in Psychology,

Associates of Arts Degree in Psychology

Associates of Arts in Social and Behavioral Sciences

Associates of Arts in Mathematics and Science

Why Did you Choose to Work within Higher Education?