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Faculty and staff in the department advise students on options specific to their chosen program as well as special learning and co-curricular opportunities.

Advisement

How to see the Sociology Advisor

You can make an appointment with the advisor by enrolling in the Online Appointment Scheduling system to the right. Advising appointments are the optimum method for inquiring about a major change, adding a concentration, applying to graduate school, transfer credit, the transient policy, graduation audits & the internship program.

Walk-in Advisement hours are for brief questions only (registration, scheduling, change of major and add/drop issues).
Monday through Thursday, 10am - 11am or 3pm - 4pm

PLEASE NOTE:
 Departmental Advisors are unable to fill out or assist with SAP appeals. Please see the Arts & Sciences Office of Academic Assistance for SAP appeal advisement. Additionally, Graduation Audits are by appointment only! Grad Audits will NOT be signed during a walk-in session.

Location: 1041 General Classroom Building

 

Supporting and Empowering Students to Achieve Their Educational Goals

The Department of Sociology employs a full-time academic professional available for academic advisement, career advisement, and general assistance. Undergraduate students majoring, minoring, or interested in sociology course offerings or course schedule are strongly encouraged to meet with the department advisor.

Please see the Graduate Students section for masters and doctoral degree advisement.

 

ADVISING SERVICES

  • Discuss major or minor requirements, concentrations, internship program, and department resources.

  • Assist with course selection and planning.

  • Help identify and plan
    educational / career goals.

  • Discuss course progress, study habits, time management, and study skills. Refer to appropriate resources.

  • Discuss graduate school and career possibilities for sociology majors and refer to University Career Services.
  • Review Sociology transfer credit requests.

  • Review graduation audits.

  • Discuss grievances, hardships, grade disputes, and general complaints and refer to appropriate resources.

  • Refer to Arts & Sciences Office of Academic Assistance and other campus resources.

  • General assistance.

 

ADDITIONAL CAMPUS ADVISING RESOURCES

Arts and Sciences Office of Academic Assistance (OAA)
The College of Arts and Sciences Office of Academic Assistance (OAA) provides quality academic advisement for students with more than 42 hours and a declared major in the College of Arts & Sciences.

The Student Advisement Center (SAC)
The Student Advisement Center (SAC) serves all freshmen students, new students with under 42 credit hours, and students in the Academic Improvement Program.