You've made a serious commitment to expand your knowledge and apply it to real-world issues. The Office of Student Affairs supports your goals with personalized service from orientation through graduation and beyond.
Our professional staff helps you manage the demands of student life by working with you to develop your academic program and by clarifying academic requirements. Furthermore, the office will keep you informed of meetings, speakers and School events.
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- Student advising
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- Special events coordination
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We also administer fellowships, grants and other awards that can help you finance language study, internships, professional development, and research. View a video from Director of Student Affairs, Susan Rivera, answering the most frequently asked questions received by the Office of Student Affairs.
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The MA and PhD handbooks are for incoming and continuing MA and PhD students. They provide overviews of our curricula, a full listing of requirements for all MA degree programs and the PhD program, and summaries of many important academic policies and procedures. Please read them carefully and thoroughly. Both handbooks are available on the Office of Student Affairs website.
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Please visit the portfolio community website for the BA Program in International Studies for:
For general information, program details, questions regarding faculty, or special events, please contact:
Sandy A. Johnson, Associate Dean - Undergraduate Program
Deana Ahmad, Associate Director - Undergraduate Program
Academic advising for INTS majors is essential. Advising helps you plan your schedule effectively and avoid future problems. Advising also provides information on available courses, graduation requirements and extracurricular activities. The BA Program Office in INTS advises on program requirements, tracks academic progress, and approves the completion of the major requirements for graduation. Transfer of credit from study abroad must also be approved by an advisor.
For academic advising please contact:
Deana Ahmad, Associate Director
Mandi Donahoe, Program Associate