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Academic Advising

Finding your academic advisor

Once you declare a major within the Department of Media, Film & Journalism Studies, you will be assigned a faculty advisor within your particular major.

Students should meet with an academic advisor each quarter to review degree progress and to have your alternate PIN released for registration.

To find your academic advisor:

  • Log into WebCentral
  • Click on the Student Tab
  • Look under Advising
  • Select Current Term
  • A list of your available advisors will appear

If you are a new major or don't see an academic advisor within MFJS listed, please contact Kate Burns.

Liberal Arts Advantage Program

The Liberal Arts Advantage (LAA) is a program supporting Arts, Humanities and Social Sciences students by enriching their intellectual life beyond the classroom. Its primary goal is to welcome and engage AHSS students into the liberal arts intellectual community by articulating the value of a liberal arts education. It does this in three main ways:

  • It hosts programs and invites students to attend.
  • It assists students in transitioning their liberal arts degrees into careers.
  • It serves as a transitional advising area for students who are between advisers or have unique academic circumstances