Undergraduate Advising

The School of Criminal Justice’s advisors provide academic and career advice to all students within the school. The undergraduate academic advisor’s primary goal is to help undergraduate students with matters pertaining to academic progress issues and life plans. While you are responsible for understanding University, College, and Department requirements, advisors can provide current information about requirements, options, and procedures. Students are encouraged to visit an academic adviser once per semester to assure all academic requirements are met prior to graduation. Students may also visit the career counselor at any time to discuss internship and career opportunities in criminal justice.

Student Planning Guide

Student Planning Guide – New Curriculum (for all students enrolled in CJ starting Fall 2017))

Students should also review the Frequently Asked Questions (FAQ) page.

Like the School of Criminal Justice Undergrad Advising page on Facebook.

Schedule an Appointment with an academic advisor to discuss academic progress or career options.

Appointments must be made online at https://msu.campus.eab.com.

Academic Advisors:

Jane Evarian
evarian@msu.edu
517-355-4679
Barbara Kolar
kolarba@msu.edu
517-353-9866

*Jane Evarian is the academic advisor available for students during Summer 2017. Please use the contact information provided to connect with Jane.

Career Development and Internship Coordinator:

Tim Homberg
hombergt@msu.edu
517-432-3197

 

Major Changes

Juniors and Seniors: Students with 56 credits or more who wish to change their majors should go to the College of Social Science Office of Academic and Student Affairs.

Freshmen and Sophomores: Students who have earned less than 56 credits need to visit a local Undergraduate University Division (UUD) Office in one of the neighborhood engagement centers.