Schedule an English Advising Appointment
To schedule an appointment, simply follow the link below. You will be required to login using your U-M uniqname and kerberos password. Once logged in, simply choose a reason for your appointment, advisor preference if you have one and then select a time frame in which you would like to meet with an advisor. Hit the "List Appointments" button and a list of all available appointments matching your criteria will be returned. If you don't get any results, try expanding your search criteria.
If you have any questions or problems, please contact us at: firstname.lastname@example.org
SCHEDULE AN ENGLISH ADVISING APPOINTMENT:
NOTE: The above link is for scheduling appointments to speak with English advisors ONLY. If you need to speak with an LSA advisor, please visit the Newnan LSA Academic Advising Center site for more information.
Back by popular demand — our Peer Advisors have advising appointments as well as walk-in hours.
Have a quick question about the English program? Haven't had time to make an appointment to declare your major? Come speak to one of our English Peer Advisors in our new Undergraduate Student Lounge at 3200 Angell Hall.
Appt Hours: Tues/Thurs 12:00 - 2:30 pm
Appt Hours: Mon 2:00 - 4:00 Wed 10:00 - 1:00 pm
About Our Peer Advisors:
Danielle Colburn is a junior from Grand Rapids, Michigan. She is studying English and pursuing a Minor in Business. When she’s not in class, she spends her time as a copy editor for both the Michigan Daily and the Oleander Review. She also works as a co-Editor- in-Chief for the Fortnight Literary Press. She spent the past spring term in New Hampshire at the New England Literature Program with 39 other students. She is passionate about all things English and can’t wait to use this opportunity to share that passion. As an advisor, Danielle hopes to help other students determine how the English department can benefit them and aid them in achieving future goals. She hopes to express her enthusiasm for the English department and guide students in finding their place within it. One of the best things about the English major, in Danielle’s opinion, is that the options for using it out in the real world are as varied as the interests of the students within the department.
Maria Robins-Somerville is a Senior from Brooklyn, NY majoring in English and Psychology with a minor in Spanish. She writes for the Community Culture beat of the Arts section of the Michigan Daily where she covers local Arts-related events. She is the Co-Editor- in-Chief of the Oleander Review, a student-run literary magazine and is currently working on a Poetry thesis through the Creative Writing sub-concentration. She spent this past spring term in New Hampshire at NELP (New England Literature Program). She loves working with youth populations, having spent three summers as a camp counselor and last year facilitating Arts Workshops for incarcerated adolescents. She hopes to help other undergrads to find and create fulfilling paths through the English major, and demonstrate the ways in which studying English inspires and excites.
In her free time she likes spending time outside, drinking too much coffee and binge-watching Broad City.
Peer Advisors are located in 3200 Angell Hall