Advising

Students are encouraged to see advisors in their majors and/or an advisor in the Advising Resource Center (ARC) once a semester. Majors within the College of Liberal & Creative Arts assign undergraduate major advisors in different ways (for the most up-to-date information on procedures for securing a major advisor, contact the department). Graduate students typically get academic advising from the graduate coordinator in their program. Occasionally, students wish to deviate from usual practices and that deviation will require a petition. There are online resources for completing petitions and one can seek assistance from the Center when completing a petition.

Advising in Departments

Anthropology

School of Art

Broadcast and Electronic Communication Arts

School of Cinema

Classics

Communication Studies

Comparative and World Literature

Creative Writing

Design and Industry

English Language and Literature

History

School of Humanities and Liberal Studies

International Relations

Jewish Studies

Journalism

Modern Greek Studies

Modern Languages and Literature

School of Music

Philosophy

Political Science

School of Theatre Arts and Dance

Women and Gender Studies

Staff

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Jennifer Arin

Advisor: Transfer Students and Study Abroad

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Christina Cadang

Academic Advisor/College Specialist

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Steven Cochrane

Advisor: Academic Standing

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Matt Grossbard

Academic Advisor/College Specialist

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Maggie Hilliard

Academic Advisor/College Specialist

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De Vaughn

Academic Advisor

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Michael Imprescia

Office Coordinator

ARC staff can be reached at achieve@sfsu.edu, (415) 338-1486,
or visit us at HUM 112 Monday - Friday 9am to 5pm.