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Student Resources

Academic Advisors

Julie Miller (undergraduate students last name A-Le)
Julie.miller3@wsu.edu
Daggy Hall 304

Treva Beebe (undergraduate students last name Li-Z)
trevab@wsu.edu
Daggy Hall 303

Jaime Rice (graduate students)
jlrice@wsu.edu
Daggy Hall 301

Advising Resources

Why do I need an advisor?
Advisors help students develop plans for majors, match personal strengths and interests with opportunities in the university curriculum, understand and complete requirements, avoid or overcome administrative issues, and develop a sense of purpose in their undergraduate education.

How do I choose a major?
Choosing a major can be one of the most difficult decisions you will need to make during your college education. You will need to think about what is important for you in an occupation, explore the options available to you, and do a self-assessment of your values, abilities, and interests. Once you have done this, you will be in a better position to make a decision. At the SDC, our integrated first-year curriculum exposes students to a strong foundation in the design and construction disciplines, while our experienced advising staff will provide you with information and resources that can assist you in making an informed decision when applying for major certification.

Beginning fall 2020, the terminology will change: students will be “admitted to a major” rather than “certified in a major.” Visit this post to review the revised admission to the major requirements or access Admission to Major Requirements (Effective Fall 2020) (PDF).

Advising tools

Schedule an Appointment

Sign-in to Student Success Collaborative with Network ID, select “Get Advising” button, choose campus and appointment reason, choose advisor location and advisor, select time, and confirm appointment.

Student Support

Students in the School of Design + Construction have access to many services of special interest offered by the Voiland College of Engineering and Architecture (VCEA). Students may obtain information and assistance from the student services office in Dana Hall 152. Visit the VCEA Student Support site for information