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Contacts for Department of Anthropology | University Updates on COVID-19

Who needs advising?

All Anthropology majors should see an advisor at least once a semester to ensure that they are meeting the requirements for completing their degree.

How do I see an advisor?

Advisors are available during their office hours during term time. Some may require you to book an appointment on an online calendar.

Undergraduate Major and Minor Advising:



Internships (695), Scholarships, Careers:

Which program do I follow?

The Department of Anthropology started a new undergraduate curriculum in the Fall of 2018. Students who had already declared their Anthropology major or minor before Fall 2018 do not have to meet the new requirements and should continue to follow the bulletin requirements for the year in which the major or minor was declared.

What if I just want general advising?

For General Education advising, students should visit the ARC, Advising Resource Center located in HUM 112.

What if I am on academic probation?

Students with academic probation holds should first go to the ARC, the Advising Resource Center, located in HUM 112, to complete the paperwork. Vist the ARC website for more information.

After meeting with ARC, the completed paperwork should be brought tothe chair of the department.

Interested in changing your major or minor to Anthropology?

Please initiate the process with an advisor in our department. 

Graduation Applications

Students must first go to ARC, Advising Resource Center, where they will check for completion of all GE and University requirements. You will need to bring the signed graduation requirements worksheet from the ARC to an Anthropology Advisor or they will not sign off on the major requirements section of the graduation form.