Before seeking advisement in the major, you should first read and be familiar with the Criminal Justice program requirements and policies as provided in the Undergraduate Handbook. You should also check the Frequently Asked Questions and the University Catalog. You will be able to find the answers to most of your questions online. The academic advisor is available to provide further assistance with:
- Initial program planning
- Evaluation of criminal justice transfer work
- Petitions of criminal justice transfer work
- General program progress checks
- Graduation check questions
- Program disqualifications
Advisement is provided by appointment only between 9:30 and 4:30 on Monday, Tuesday, Thursday, and Friday and between 9:30 and 5:30 on Wednesday. Appointments must be arranged either by email or phone with the Academic Advisor:
Email requests for appointments must include the following information:
- Reason for advisement
- Date(s) and time(s) of your availability
- Phone number
When visiting the advisement office, new transfer students should bring an unofficial copy of their transcripts and current students must bring a program sheet filled in with all courses they have taken and/or are currently taking. A program sheet is available in the Undergraduate Handbook.
To seek approval for changes to your program or directed electives that are not on the pre-approved list, you must contact the Undergraduate Program Director, Dr. Lisa Graziano.