The Undergraduate Advising Resource Center (UARC) is comprised of professional advisors who serve as a resource to students, whether they are choosing a major, signing up for classes, reading a STAR (degree audit), and more.
Each academic department has faculty members that advise students within their chosen academic field. If you are a student who has an assigned faculty advisor, plan to meet with him/her first before asking for assistance from the UARC.
Our mission, in partnership with the campus community, seeks to empower students to articulate and achieve their personal, educational, and career goals.
Our Advisors / Staff
Click your advisor’s name to see a personal bio and a video introduction!
University Services Associate
Advisor for: Human Services Leadership
Advisor for: Anthropology, Art, Engineering Technology, History, Individually Planned Majors, Music, Physics/Astronomy (Pre-Engineering), Religious Studies, Social Justice (minor), Social Work, Sociology; Exploratory (Undeclared)
Division Liaison to Fine & Performing Arts and Social Science
Advisor for: Communication, English, Environmental Studies, Interactive Web Management, Journalism & Public Relations, Radio-TV-Film, Theatre; Human Services Leadership (On-Campus Only); Exploratory (Undeclared)
Division Liaison to Fine & Performing Arts and Humanities
Advisor for: Communication, Criminal Justice, English, Environmental Studies, Interactive Web Management, Journalism & Public Relations, Psychology, Radio-TV-Film, Social Work, Theatre
Assistant Director, College of Letters and Science
Advisor for: New Student Advising & Orientation, African American Studies (minor), Foreign Languages, International Studies, Medical Technology, Philosophy, Psychology, Women & Gender Studies; Exploratory (Undeclared)
Division Liaison to Humanities and Social Science