College of Arts and Letters Advising Resources
Spring 2014 Graduation Applications are PAST DUE!
The advising process
All freshmen are advised at the Gateway Student Success Center. Once you are a sophomore, you will be assigned a faculty adviser from your specific CAL department.
If your faculty adviser is not available and you need immediate assistance, contact one of the Dean’s Office advisers.
The CAL academic advisers will help you shape your education and your future. We help you:
- complete graduation paperwork
- plan your job search
- find internships and employment opportunities
- develop a winning resume
CAL Dean’s Office
Riles (Bldg. 15) / Room 200
CAL Secondary Education advising click here.
In the semester before you graduate, visit our graduation resources for the graduation workshop, application process, and deadlines.
Degree Progression Plans
Degree Progression Plans help you stay on the track to completing your degree in 4 years.
Transfer student information
Learn more about transferring credits you’ve already earned toward a degree.