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It is strongly recommended that students meet with a faculty advisor a minimum of once an academic year regarding their progress. Any full-time faculty serves as faculty advisors and you may see any faculty regardless of your option. You may not see a part-time faculty member for academic advising. When visiting an advisor, please take a current copy of your DARS report and get your student file from the Department of Criminology. Note, the Department will not print out DARS reports for you. You must bring your own copy with you to the advising meeting. Please see the Frequently Asked Questions page regarding how to get a DARS report. Check the Full-time faculty schedule for current office hours.
Be reminded that major advising should be acquired during the fall and spring semesters. Advisor availability is limited during winter and summer session.
Any criminology full-time faculty can serve as an advisor on the minor in criminology.
NOTE: Part-time faculty do not function as faculty advisors.