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Preparing for Advising Sessions

The department of Modern and Classical Languages and Literatures is committed to offering excellent advising to its majors. Students have at least one face-to-face advising session each semester, in which they discuss academic progress, semester schedules, graduation, career aspirations, and other issues that may arise. They will obtain a PIN that will allow them to register. Advisors are also available outside of these sessions through email and in person, though it is important to take care of advising needs before the end of the spring semester as faculty are generally away from campus and unavailable during the summer months.

Students are expected to prepare in advance so that advising appointments can be as effective as possible. They should look carefully over their mymocsdegree page and write down any questions they may have. Also, they should examine the online schedule for the coming semester and write out a possible schedule to discussion with the advisor.


Advising Timeline for Fall 2017

  • Advising appointments will run from October 18th through November 21st (students should contact their advisors in early October to reserve a time within this window)
  •  The spring schedule goes online October 16th (students should study it before their appointments)
  •  Priority Registration for spring begins on November 6th (students should check their individual registration dates in the Academics tab of their mymocsdegree account and be prepared to register as soon as their time comes)
  • Open Registration begins on November 21st

Advisor Assignments for Majors in Fall 2017

Dr. Karen Casebier (Karen-Casebier@utc.edu)

Dr. Carl Springer (Carl-Springer@utc.edu)

*Also see: https://www.utc.edu/humanities/ for more information on the Humanities program!

Dr. Joshua Davies (Joshua-Davies@utc.edu)

 

Advising for Minors in Fall 2017

While departmental minors do not have regular advising appointments, help with advising is available as needed. For French, contact Dr. Karen Casebier (Karen-Casebier@utc.edu); for Humanities, Prof. Matthew Stuckwisch (Matthew-Stuckwish@utc.edu); for Latin, Dr. Joshua Davies (Joshua-Davies@utc.edu); and for Spanish, Prof. Hilary Browder (Hilary-Browder@utc.edu).