Academic advising

Student works with advisor at a computer with other students on computers.Here is what you need to know about academic advising in the Reynolds School of Journalism: We are here to help!

Are you thinking about study abroad in the future? Perhaps a double major or minor? Want to create a four-year plan so you know you can graduate on time?

We strongly encourage all students to take the opportunity to be advised. Studies show that seeking out advising is one of the strongest predictors of student success.

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Are you a journalism pre-major with required courses completed?

Want to change your major to journalism?

Looking to declare a journalism minor?

Academic advisors

It's a good idea to meet with an advisor early each semester. You can schedule an appointment to meet with an academic advisor who can answer all your questions below.

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Jean Dixon

Academic advisor

Advises RSJ pre-majors, majors and minors
Office: RSJ 303E
View Jean's profile

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Sally Echeto

Faculty coordinator

Advises RSJ graduating seniors and veterans
Office: RSJ 303
View Sally's profile

Other advising resources

Advising can also involve conversations about your broader academic goals and/or your career aspirations. These conversations can involve questions like “which minor should I choose?” or “what would be a good internship for me?”

All RSJ faculty are willing and able to serve as mentors and have these conversations with you. Simply seek them out and ask questions. You can read the bios of our faculty and get their contact information on our faculty and staff directory.

Visit the university’s academic central advising page for more information or contact one of the Reynolds School advisors listed above.

Helpful advising links