Faculty Advising Resources

 

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FTIC Dual Advising Model

In order to improve retention and overall student experience, the College of Arts and Sciences has implemented a Dual Advising Model beginning Fall 2018. All new first-time-in-college (FTIC) students will be assigned both to a faculty advisor in their major department/program and a professional advisor in the Arts and Sciences Advising Center. Students can see both their advisors' names and contact info by logging into SU Online and clicking "My Profile."

 

ASAC Liaison Responsibilities

Each professional advisor in the Arts and Sciences Advising Center (ASAC) acts as a liaison to a department/program in the College of Arts and Sciences. As the liaison, the ASAC advisor meets regularly with key departmental figures to share information from the ASAC and stay up-to-date on any departmental news. The liaison is also faculty members' "go-to person" when they have any advising-related questions.

Not sure who to contact in the ASAC?

See the list of advisors and their liaison responsibilities below. Note that some departments may have more than one liaison.

Kate Elias, Assistant Dean for Student Academic Support:

  • Asian Studies
  • Anthropology
  • Catholic Studies
  • History
  • Latin American Studies 
  • Pre-Law Advising
  • Psychology
  • Sociology 
  • Women and Gender Studies

Laura Hauck-Vixie, Senior Academic Advisor:

  • Art and Art History
  • Digital Design
  • Modern Languages
  • Readmit Students
  • Social Work
  • Transfer Students

Lauren Van Fossen, Academic Advisor:

  • Global African Studies
  • Interdisciplinary Studies
  • Kinesiology
  • Matteo Ricci Institute
  • Philosophy
  • Pre-Education Advising
  • Theology and Religious Studies

Tasmia Moosani, Academic Advisor:

  • English Language & Culture Bridge
  • Environmental Studies
  • Exchange Students
  • International Studies
  • Psychology

John Nettles, Academic Advisor:

  • Communication and Media
  • English
  • Film
  • Political Science

Johnica Hopkins, Academic Advisor:

  • Criminal Justice
  • Military Science, ROTC
  • Performing Arts and Arts Leadership
  • Public Affairs
  • Psychology

Contact Us

Arts and Sciences
Advising Center

Casey 110
206.296.2840

Regular Office Hours

M-F: 8:30am - 4:30pm

ASCAdvising@seattleu.edu