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Pre-Graduate School Advising

Many College of Liberal Arts students choose to continue their studies by attending Masters or Doctorate Graduate programs of their choice. While each graduate program has specific admissions requirements, it is recommended that students meet with their Departmental Faculty Advisor for further information. Students should begin planning as soon as their sophomore/junior year.

Pre-Law Advising

Students do not need a particular major in order to apply for admission to Law School. It is recommended that students begin to meet with a Pre-Law advisor during their freshman year. The College of Liberal Arts Pre-Law Advisors are: Dr. Paul CroweLibby Reynard, and Keesa Bond.

Departmental Advising

Though the professional Advisors in the Center for Academic Advising and Professional Development are available to students throughout their academic careers to help them complete their University and College requirements, students are urged to meet with the Faculty Advisors in their Departments to discuss their program requirements. Through contact with departmental faculty, students gain an in-depth appreciation of a specific discipline and discover opportunities associated with their field of interest. Departmental contact information can be found in the Undergraduate Bulletin.