Advisors help you choose the coursework that fulfills the departmental requirements — as well as your own personal learning goals. They are also an excellent resource for finding answers to any questions that you might have. And when it comes time to convert your units into a degree, they are the ones who will sign the proper forms.
|Tara Lockhart||Writing Program|
|Priya Abeywickrama||Writing Program|
|Esther Chan||Writing Program|
|Jennifer Trainor||Writing Program|
|Paul Morris||English Education|
|Jim Gilligan||English Education|
|Neil Lindeman||Professional Writing & Rhetoric|
|Kathleen De Guzman||Literature|
Please note, requirements changed starting Fall 2019. If you are a student enrolled before Fall 2019, please work with your advisor.
Majors in the College of Liberal & Creative Arts (LCA) should consult with two advisors each semester:
- an advisor in the major and
- a general education and university requirements adviser in the Advising Resource Center (ARC) for LCA
Students who are completing a minor or an additional major should see an advisor in those programs as well.
Advising Resource Center
The College of Liberal & Creative Arts established the student Advising Resource Center (ARC) to provide multiple support services to students. You can receive information regarding requirements for your degree, petitions, financial aid, tutoring, student clubs, events, careers and much more.