Undergraduate Advising & Planning
The department's flexible undergraduate curriculum offers students the opportunity to design a course of study that fits their interests and goals. It also places responsibility on students to choose their course of study wisely. Advising is a significant part of the program, and there are a range of history advisors available to assist you.
The Undergraduate Program Advisor, Suzanne Bell, is available M-F from 8:30-4:30pm. Email her at email@example.com to schedule an appointment or just drop by. The Undergraduate Program Director, Professor Alice Nash, is available by appointment and during her office hours to answer queries about studying abroad, obtaining History Department credit for classes you have taken or are considering taking elsewhere, and related questions.
For thinking about history – what classes might interest you, how you might connect them, what historians do, etc. – talk to your faculty advisor. To get a candid perspective from a fellow student, talk to one of our peer mentors. You can set up an appointment to meet with a peer mentor by contacting Suzanne Bell at firstname.lastname@example.org. For advising related to Internships and Careers, including resume and cover letter review and one-on-one career and internship strategy sessions and assistance, contact the Internship and Career Advisor Mark Roblee. For questions about Departmental Honors contact the Honors Program Director, Professor Jennifer Fronc. And for students interested in law school, contact Law and History Advisor, Professor Jennifer Nye.
You should plan to see an advisor at least once a semester. Please come by more often if you have questions and whenever you need advice or assistance.
Your History Advisors
- Undergraduate Program Director: Professor Alice Nash, Herter Hall 611, email@example.com
- Undergraduate Program Advisor: Suzanne Bell, Herter Hall 613, firstname.lastname@example.org
- Internships and Career Advisor: Mark Roblee, Herter Hall 603, email@example.com
- Honors Program Director: Professor Jennifer Fronc, Herter Hall 721, firstname.lastname@example.org
- Law and History Advisor: Professor Jennifer Nye, Herter Hall 609, email@example.com
- Peer Mentors: Herter Hall 612, firstname.lastname@example.org
- Faculty Mentors: Every declared history major is assigned a faculty mentor. If you are unsure about who your faculty mentor is, email Suzanne Bell or Alice Nash.
Other Advising Resources
The Ombuds Office can help you mediate disputes and negotiate the University's bureaucracy. If you think you have been treated unfairly or that a University policy doesn't make sense, contact the ombudsperson for advice.