Department of English
Faculty in the Department of English serve as the primary advisers for our undergraduate majors and minors, as well as our post-baccalaureate graduate and certificate programs. We believe that strong faculty mentors play a crucial role in student success, from the moment of recruitment through the moment you walk across the stage at commencement.
Visit the University Registrar website and click on "Forms."
Download and fill out the form needed. Then, make an appointment and take your form to the appropriate professor listed on this page for initial advising.
The College of Arts and Humanities Advising and Support Center — located in Speech Arts, room 156 — acts a central location for all general advising information intended for students, faculty, and staff of the college.
The information is categorized depending on who and where you are in your academic journey: prospective students, current students, returning students, or graduate students.
Students can reach out to the advising center any time, for new advising or additional advising. The center's advisers can be particularly helpful in the summertime, when your faculty adviser may not be available.