Academic Advising

Honors Advising

Academic advising is available to all Core and Disciplinary Honors students throughout the academic year, and we welcome conversations of all kinds -- come with a specific question or just to say hello.

Advising in the University Honors Program is a collaborative process. Many logistical questions — e.g., how to withdraw from a course, how many credits a minor requires, how many credits must be taken in residence — can be answered with a quick Web search or on this university reference page. Note that if you are an Honors student in a college other than Arts and Sciences, or if you have already declared a major in Arts and Sciences, you have a primary adviser in that college or department whom you are usually required to consult before class registration (though we are always happy to advise you too!).  You can check who your advisors are in Checkmarq by clicking into the "Manage Classes" section and then clicking on "Advisors" in the lower left-hand corner. Your primary advisor should be listed first, if you have multiple advisors.

Spring 2024 Ongoing Advising:

Book time with Karalee
Honors Advisor Karalee Surface:

Monday          9am - 1pm (in-person)

Tuesday         9am - 3pm (virtual)

Wednesday    9am - 1pm, 4 - 5pm (in-person)

Thursday        9am - 2pm (in person)

Friday             9am - 12pm (in person)


Honors Director Dr. Amelia Zurcher: 

Tuesday        1:30pm - 3:30pm (open hours, no appointment needed)

Thursday       1:30pm - 3:30pm (open hours, no appointment needed)

Amelia will also meet students in-person (Sensenbrenner 002) or virtually by special appointment; please email.

Additional Advising Resources: