Undergraduate Advising and Planning
The department's flexible undergraduate curriculum offers students the chance 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: students must see their advisor during preregistration, and they are encouraged to talk with their advisor, the Chief Advisor, and the Undergraduate Program Assistant whenever they need advice or assistance.
Your History Advisors
Director of Undergraduate Studies: Professor Alice Nash, firstname.lastname@example.org
Honors Coordinator: Prof. Jennifer Fronc, email@example.com
Internships and Career Advisor: Mark Roblee, firstname.lastname@example.org
Law and History Advisor: Prof. Jennifer Nye in Herter 609, email@example.com
Undergraduate Program Assistant: Suzanne Bell, Herter 613, firstname.lastname@example.org
Undergraduate Peer Mentors: Frances Fleming, Devon King, Jacob Kosakowski, Brooke Parziale, Indira Rao & Jorge Reyes-Lebron
Please plan to see your faculty advisor in history at least once a semester. If you are unsure of who your advisor is, please contact Alice Nash or Suzanne Bell.
Other Advising Resources
The College of Humanities and Fine Arts maintains a list of advising resources at UMass (including links to career advice, disability services, the Everywoman's Center, etc.).
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.