Advising

Academic Advising
Academic advising is a partnership between students, professional advisors, and faculty. This holistic approach ensures that students engage in their academic plans, make timely progress toward their degrees, prepare for their chosen career field, and connect to campus resources to help them succeed.

Students should come prepared to all advising appointments having completed Advising Homework.

More information is also available in our Advising Syllabus.

Uncertified Students and Graduate Students:
Julie Miller
Carpenter Hall 518
(509) 335-4118
julie.miller3@wsu.edu

Certified Students:
Chris Gana
Carpenter Hall 514
509-335-0105
cgana@wsu.edu

Drop-in Hours
Stop by for general questions that can be answered in less than 10 minutes. You may see the advisor on duty even if he/she is not your assigned advisor. If you need more detailed assistance, please e-mail your advisor to schedule an appointment.