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Undergraduate Biology Majors seeking advising should contact the College of Science Office of Student Services.  To make an appointment with an academic advisor, click here or call 561-297-3700.  This phone number will connect you to an automated telephone system and the extension options are as follows:

Extension 1 - Advising

Extension 2 - Petitions

Extension 3 - Student Services

Extension 4 - Pre-Health Professions Office


For a list of Biology advisors and their contact information, see our staff page.

It is each applicant's responsibility to identify potential faculty advisors prior to applying to the program.  Students may view lists of faculty participants by graduate program here.  Prospective students should use these lists to identify potential faculty of interest based on area of research emphasis and reach out to them directly via email regarding the possibility of joining their working groups.

Please carefully review the guidelines and regulations associated with your program(s) of interest for specific policies related to selection of faculty advisors and graduate committee membership.  Some of our graduate programs and program concentrations require that students solidify a mentor-mentee relationship with a faculty advisor as a condition of acceptance.  Others encourage rotations through multiple laboratories prior to the formal selection of a faculty advisor.  Details by program may be found under Forms & Policies.  Applicants may apply to more than one program during the same application cycle however, in order to be considered for admission, applicants must ensure that they are following the policies associated with each program of interest when submitting each application.

Applicants may direct general questions about applications, program structure and policies to the appropriate program coordinator(s)/assistant(s).

PhD in Integrative Biology
Ms. Michelle Cavallo
Director of Academic Programs and Support Services 
[email protected]

Dr. Stacee Caplan
Coordinator, Integrative Biology PhD Program  
[email protected]

Master of Science in Biology (Thesis, Non-Thesis, MST)
Ms. Rebecca Dixon
Program Assistant, Biology Masters Program 
[email protected]

Masters of Science in Environmental Science
Dr. Dianne Owen
Coordinator, Environmental Science Masters Program
[email protected]

Ms. Cynthia Berman
Program Assistant, Environmental Science Masters Program
[email protected]

Professional Science Masters in Business Biotechnology
Ms. Rebecca Dixon
Program Assistant, Biology Masters Program 
[email protected]

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