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Academic Advising

The Department of Sociology, Anthropology and Criminal Justice strives to provide thorough and individualized advising services to each of our students throughout their academic careers.  Freshman and sophomore students are initially assigned to a professional advisor who introduces them to their major curriculum and helps them navigate their general education requirements.  Juniors and seniors are then matched with a faculty advisor who assists with professional exploration and graduation planning.  Services provided by both our faculty and staff advisors include:

  • Face-to-face meetings during the fall and spring semesters to review degree progress
  • Assistance with course selection and registration clearance
  • Availability to answer questions and help with academic advising forms
  • Provision of information regarding campus resources and career and professional development opportunities

Through our frequent contact, our advisors and students often establish mentoring relationships, and we take pride in the lasting personal and professional connections that develop between students and faculty in our department.

For more information on advising in the Department of Sociology, Anthropology and Criminal Justice, please explore the frequently asked questions below or contact Kaela Gardner