Getting an AdvisEr
In the Klingler College of Arts and Sciences, students are paired with an academic adviser in one of three ways:
- The majority of incoming students are assigned to a specific adviser
in the Advising Center. These advisers are versed in all majors and areas
of study and can help you identify an academic plan that suits you.
- Some of the faculty members in the Klingler College of Arts and Sciences
help the Advising Center and advise students until the students formally
declare their majors. If you indicated an interest in a particular major,
you may be assigned to a faculty adviser in the department of your
interest. We want to introduce you to the department as soon as possible
so you can be sure of your choice of major.
- If you enroll in ARSC 1953 — Introduction
to Inquiry — in the
fall semester, your instructor for that course will be your academic
adviser until you officially declare a major. Visit the Intro to
Inquiry page and choose a course and instructor.