ADVi is Texas' virtual college adviser.

Text “COLLEGE” to 512-829-3687 to start getting support
and answers to your questions about college.



The Virtual Advising Project pairs artificial intelligence – a chatbot named ADVi – with knowledgeable advisers to help Texans get answers to questions about attending college, returning to college, financial aid, and more. Learn more about us.



 Check out our Frequently Asked Questions for answers to questions like: Who is ADVi? Is ADVi a person? What can I ask ADVi? How do I get ADVi at my school / in my district / at my institution? and many more!

Info for Counselors

Learn more about how ADVi works and how you can share this tool with your students. Download free posters and other marketing materials to help get the word out on your campus, and learn how to get in touch with us!

Ask ADVi Blog

Check out our blog for news you can use as you plan for your senior year of high school, apply for college and financial aid, and more! 

ADVi on Twitter

Don’t know where to start on your #college search? College board has a step by step guide: https://bit.ly/35GfFwe. #askADVi #GenTX #applytexas #WednesdayWisdom

What do all students going to college or career school have in common?

Everyone, regardless of age, must complete the FAFSA® form to receive federal financial aid. https://bit.ly/3oyfWtS

Curious about what #college is right for you? Have questions about financial aid or other steps in the process? Check out this FREE statewide virtual college fair this Thursday! http://TexasLeadsForYou.org. You can join at 10am or 6pm. #askADVi #GenTX #applytexas #collegefair

Yes, parents, you have to sign a 2021–22 FAFSA® form for each child you have attending college. The good news? You can transfer some of your information from one child’s form to another. Find more tips at: https://bit.ly/3jzzD0s

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