Welcome to the Office of Academic Advising and Student Success (OAASS) website! This website serves as a repository of advising resources for the LUMS community and beyond. Navigate this website to access self-help handouts for academic support, wellness support, and campus support, get contact information of advisors, staff, and other supports on campus, understand your school-specific advising structure, gain valuable information about the different majors offered at LUMS, career pathways, graduate study and much more!

Announcements

  • Important Deadlines
    Wednesday, May 22 - Friday, May 24: Add/Drop Period Saturday, May 25 - Friday, June 28: Course Withdrawal Period Monday, April 22 - Thursday, May 30: Student Experience Survey
    Date:
    Monday, April 22 - Friday, June 28
  • Upcoming Deadline
    Saturday, May 25- Friday, June 28: Course Withdrawal Period. Monday, April 22 - Thursday, May 30: Student Experience Survey
    Date:
    Monday, April 22 - Friday, June 28

At LUMS, you are responsible for creating your own course schedule and making sure that you meet degree requirements on time. There are multiple supports for guidance in this regard.

LUMS provides its students with a rigorous and stimulating learning environment. Multiple academic support services have been set up to help you along the way.

LUMS has set up the Counselling and Psychological Services (CAPS) to look after your wellbeing. For more information on CAPS, click here.

There is a medical centre that can you can access to address your health concerns.

If you are facing technical issues, you can reach out to IST for support.

The Career Services Office (CSO) at LUMS works to help students with placements, career guidance and graduate study applications. 

Support Services at LUMS

Campus resources have been set up to help you make the most of your journey at LUMS. Here is a detailed contact directory of the various support services you can reach out to. Click on each resource for further details.

You are here to learn and campus resources have been set up to help you learn!

Events

All Events
Academic
Varieties of Industrial Policy and Growth: Lessons From Bangladesh | MHRC Distinguished Lecture Series
Mahbub ul Haq Research Center is delighted to invite you to their next Distinguished Lecture by Professor Mushtaq Khan titled ‘Varieties of Industrial Policy and Growth: Lessons from Bangladesh,…
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4:00 PM
Venue:
NICL Auditorium
Academic
Water and Climate Justice in South Asia | Dean's Office, MGSHSS
The Dean's Office at MGSHSS is thrilled to invite you to the workshop on "Water and Climate Justice in South Asia," jointly hosted by MGSHSS, WIT, and Yale University, from May 31 to June 1, 2024, at…
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Time:
10:00 AM
Venue:
VC Lounge + SS Auditorium
Academic
Bridging Nations: China-Pakistan Collaboration in Buddhist Tourism | CLCS Talk Series
CLCS cordially invites you to join us for the upcoming session of the CCLS Talk Series 2024, scheduled for Tuesday, 21st May at 7:00 PM. The webinar will be conducted virtually on Zoom. This session…
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7:00 PM
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Online
Academic
Who Knows How to Govern? Procedural Knowledge in India's Small Town Councils | Political Economy of Development Series | Webinar
The Mahbub ul Haq Research Centre is delighted to invite you to a webinar by Dr. Adam Auerbach titled “Who Knows How to Govern? Procedural Knowledge in India's Small-Town Councils”. Adam Auerbach is…
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6:00 PM
Venue:
Online
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About Us

The Office of Academic Advising and Student Success is a new central university office that works closely with schools as a thought-partner as well as a standard-setting and capacity-building partner. More specifically, the Office works as a thought-partner with each school’s Dean and Advising Unit staff to: i) get input from stakeholders (students, faculty, staff and alumni); ii) identify university-wide standards and goals for advising at LUMS; and iii) build capacity within each school’s advising system to meet university standards and goals for advising. Furthermore, the office gets input from all stakeholders (students, faculty, staff and alumni) to identify advising needs and ways of meeting these needs.

The first point of contact for advising issues should be your school’s advising staff. You can access their contact details here.