Letter from the Associate Dean for Academic Affairs
Academic advising and mentoring are important elements of the work here for faculty and staff. Students rely on their advisors to offer sound and consistent advice about college requirements, choosing courses, majors and minors, and in general, how to be a successful student. Being good advisors means, in part, being well informed, and it is my hope that this Handbook helps you to be just that.
The definitive source of information is the College Bulletin, or catalog. While we still produce a print version of the catalog, it now appears in its entirety online.
The Registrar's Office also maintains a wealth of information on its Website.
This Handbook takes information from those sources and directly from departments that I hope will be particularly valuable to you as academic advisors.
Associate Professor of Art History, Department of Art
Associate Dean for Academic Affairs