Undergraduate Advising

The primary role of the College of Liberal Arts undergraduate Advising office is to guide you through the process of completing the requirements for a sociology major or minor.  Questions or concerns associated with navigating the major or minor are encouraged. In addition to helping you plan your major and minor requirements, the advising office also provides information about internships, scholarships, study abroad, and other useful university services.  While you are responsible for understanding University, College, and Department requirements, advisors can provide current information about requirements, options, and procedures.

Students are encouraged to visit their academic advisor once per semester to assure all academic requirements are satisfied prior to graduation. 


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