Click on the arrows below for information about undergraduate advising in Sociology. If you don't find the information you're looking for, email email@example.com for the answer.
If you are wondering how to declare your sociology major, click on the Information Meetings arrow. Attendance at an information meeting is expected before you can declare a sociology concentration.
Information meetings are a chance for students interested in learning more about the sociology concentration plan or intending to declare a concentration in sociology to learn more about the requirements, the opportunities in the department, and what sociology concentrators do after their undergraduate studies. The department expects that all students will attend one of these meetings before they declare the concentration plan. Dates and times for all upcoming information meetings can be found on our Undergraduate Events Calendar.
Students who have attended an information meeting can declare a sociology concentration during any walk-in advising hours or in a scheduled 20-minute advising appointment. Students may also be able to sign up for a next-day 10-minute appointment at the information meeting.
All walk-in hours are in 3109 LSA. Walk-in hours are subject to change, so if you are planning in advance, be sure to double-check this page a day or two before to make sure that Nicole will be there to meet with you.
Upcoming Walk-In Advising Hours
Walk-in hours will be open most Wednesdays 11:00am-1:00pm in the Winter 2013 semester. Walk-in hours are shortened in some weeks.
Please check the Undergraduate Events Calendar for more details.
If you are having trouble scheduling a regular appointment online and the walk-in hours conflict with your schedule, please send an email to firstname.lastname@example.org.
Meet with an advisor to check on your progress to degree, plan for studying abroad, discuss difficulties you are having in a class, or to certify your requirements for graduation. Go to the online Undergraduate Advising Appointment System in order to sign up for an appointment.
The My LSA Audit Checklist is an easy-to-read checklist of where you are at with all of your LSA degree requirements, including current elections. This checklist is for advising purposes only, so if you have questions or concerns, follow-up with your general LSA advisor or concentration advisor.
The Undergraduate Program's staff and faculty members will respond to advising questions via email at email@example.com. However, some questions require an in-person appointment. These include questions about:
- your concentration progress (including seniors who have already been audited),
- transfer or study abroad credit,
- and career paths or graduate school.