The Frankel Center advisors give practical assistance navigating the degree requirements of the College of Literature, Science and the Arts. Advising offices are located on the second floor of the Thayer Building, just down the hall from the Frankel Center’s administrative offices.
Undergraduate Advisor Prof. Elliot Ginsburg is available by request.
U-M students interested in a concentration in Judaic Studies, considering an academic minor, or seeking more information about the program, should meet with a Frankel Center advisor to map out a course of study.
Prospective students are welcome to visit the Frankel Center.
To arrange meetings with Academic Student Service staff, undergraduate advisors or Judaic Studies Faculty please contact the department.