Andrew Dupont

Academic Advisor II | First Year Advising Center | 850-474-3170 | adupont@uwf.edu

Advising Areas - Hal Marcus College of Science & Engineering

Chemistry (BA or BS)

Chemistry/Biochemistry (BA or BS)

Computer Engineering (BSCE)

Computing & Information Sciences/Computer Information Systems (BS)

Computing & Information Sciences/Computer Science (BS)

Computing & Information Sciences/Cybersecurity (BS)

Computing & Information Sciences/Software Engineering (BS)

Information Technology/Digital Enterprise (BS)

Information Technology/Network Systems Operations (BS)

Electrical Engineering (BSEE)

Mathematics (BS)

Mechanical Engineering (BSME)

Physics (BS or BA)

Physics/Engineering Physics (BS or BA)

Education

  • BS in Aviation Management from Louisiana Tech University
  • MAS in Aeronautical Science from Embry-Riddle Aeronautical University

What do you enjoy most about being an academic advisor?

I enjoy the diverse interactions with each student I meet. Every day there are new challenges in this job, being able to work through them with the students and other advisor keeps me on my toes. Each student has his/her own unique set of academic, personal, and career needs. Being able to guide the students and see them succeed in those areas is why I am an advisor.

 What advice would you like to give new students and families?

As a student “Take responsibility for your degree”. Research the degree, know what you can do with the degree, and gather as much information about it from a number of sources. The more information you have allows us, as a team, to construct realistic academic and personal goals.

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