OAS Frequently Asked Questions (FAQ)
Q: What is OAS?
A: OAS is the School of Business Online Advising System (OAS). OAS is a tool created specifically for business students in order to save time, engage students in their degree program, and allow interaction with academic advisors electronically.
Q: Why is OAS required?
A: In addition to getting the advisor hold lifted, completing the OAS will allow students the opportunity to schedule an appointment and meet face to face with an academic advisor during peak advising times.
Q: Who can use OAS?
A: All business students, sophomores through seniors, are able to use the OAS except those students who are on academic suspension or dismissal.
Q: How do I know my OAS was received?
A: Once submitted, the student will receive an automated email to their Ole Miss email account showing what classes were submitted.
Q: How will I know if my schedule is approved?
A: The student will receive an email once their submission has been approved. This approval email will complete the advising for that term.
Q: Who will be approving my OAS?
A: Academic Advisors in the School of Business Administration Undergraduate Service office will review and approve all OAS submissions.
Q: How do I know what courses are being offered?
A: To see course availability, go to http://my.olemiss.edu and click on Course Schedule. Select the semester and type in the course(s) or search by department.
Q: Will I be registered in my classes if I use OAS?
A: No. All students must register for classes through their personalized myolemiss portal located at my.olemiss.edu under Course Registration after all holds are cleared, and their registration window has opened.