The success of our students is the number one priority in the College of Letters, Arts and Social Sciences. Meeting regularly with your advisor will enable you to make good academic choices, identify sources of support, and ultimately, help ensure your success.
If you are an undergraduate student who has declared a major in one of our departments, you are assigned a faculty member or peer mentor from your department as your advisor.
GENERAL STUDIES ADVISING
1st and 2nd year students:
If you are a first or second year student in General Studies who has not yet decided on a major, or are a student on academic probation, you will meet with Kristi Overfelt, firstname.lastname@example.org, (208) 885- 2024. She will help you choose the classes you need to take and advise you on campus resources, student clubs/organizations, and career opportunities. Her office is located in the Administration Building room 119.
Juniors and Seniors
If you are a junior or senior majoring in General Studies you will meet with Kris Roby, the College Advisor. Kris will work with you on an individualized course of study. She can be reached at email@example.com
or (208) 885-7765. She is located in the Administration Building room 117.
FIRST-YEAR AND TRANSFER JOURNALISM & MASS MEDIA STUDENTS
If you are a first-year student or transfer student majoring in Journalism & Mass Media, you will meet with Lisa Hill, firstname.lastname@example.org, who can help you select appropriate classes to take and answer any academic questions you might have. You can contact her at (208) 885-7573 and she is located in the Administration Building room 115.
ACADEMIC PETITIONS, DISQUALIFICATIONS & FINANCIAL AID SUSPENSIONS
Students who need help with academic petitions, financial aid suspension, or academic disqualifications will have the help of Kate Pierson, email@example.com. Her office is located in the Administration Building room 112 and she can be contacted at (208) 885-7981.
Academic Disqualification petition deadline is AUGUST 1st, 2014.
If you are a 1st year student on academic probation, check out the
Student Advising Options Retreat (SOAR).