Your success is our success


We're here to help as you chart your path to making a difference in the education field. From your first year to graduation and beyond, you can rely on our expert advising staff to support your goals and be committed to your success.

The Office of Student Academic Services in the School of Education (SOE) provides advising services to current and prospective students in the field of education. We recommend scheduling an advising session once per semester.


First and Second Year Undergraduate Advising


Freshmen and sophomore students will be assigned an advisor in the Office of First and Second Year Advising, in addition to the support offered in the School of Education. Academic advisors in the Office of First and Second Year Advising help students with resources both on and off campus, career decision-making, declaring a minor, and a variety of other issues. Their office is located on the second floor of the Sullivan Center on the Lake Shore campus.


Third & Fourth Year Undergraduate Advising

Our advisors can assist you with short- and long-term academic planning, as well as direct you towards sources of information on career options in your major. They'll serve as a sounding board and guide you through making important decisions during your academic career. Have questions about requirements, academic policies, transfer credit, or graduate school? We can help.
Undergraduate Academic Advisor:
Toni Rothschild
111 E. Pearson
Lewis Towers, 11th Floor

Graduate Student Academic Advising


Each graduate student is assigned a faculty member who will serve as an academic advisor. If you are unsure of your advisor's name and contact information, or would like more details about our program, please reach out to the School of Education Assistant Dean for Academic Services.

Assistant Dean for Academic Services

Nancy Goldberger

111 E. Pearson

Lewis Towers, 11th Floor