Junior and Senior Advising
All juniors and seniors need to be familiar with our Academic Standards and Regulations . This link will familiarize you with our general academic rules and regulations. If you have questions about particular regulations, you should contact you assigned advisor or academic dean's office for clarification. You should also be familiar with LOCUS and our Academic Calendar.
Juniors* and seniors are typically assigned an academic advisor in their school(s) or college. Students enrolled in more than one school or college may have an assigned academic advisor for each school or college. In those cases, the student should consult with the appropriate advisor.
- College of Arts and Sciences
- Quinlan School of Business
- School of Communication
- School of Continuing and Professional Studies
- School of Education
- School of Nursing
- School of Social Work
|School, College or Program||Location||Advisor(s)||Office Number|
|School of Business||Maguire Hall 220||Matthew Rombach||312.915.6113|
|School of Communications||School of Communication 239||Shawna Cooper-Gibson||312.915.6548|
|School of Education||Lewis Towers 1157||Robbie Jones||312.915.6800|
|Neihoff School of Nursing||BVM Hall 800||773.508.3249|
|School of Social Work||Lewis Towers 1200||Yolanda Golden||312.915.7005|
|Non-Degree Seeking Students||Sullivan Center 235||Joyce Knight||773.508.3510|
|School of Continuing Professional Studies||Lewis Towers 401||312.915.6501|
|Certificate Programs||Lewis Towers 401||312.915.6501|
*A junior will have 55 earned credits or more.