College of Liberal Arts & Social Sciences > Academics > Modern Languages > Student Resources > Academic Advising
Academic advising at DePaul helps students achieve their educational, personal and career goals by providing guidance and assistance in the decision-making process. Academic advising is most effective when all participants anticipate their future needs, commit to the process, do their part and then reflect on their results. Students should work closely with their advisors to plan workable educational goals, to understand the degree options and requirements, to understand the financial implications of their decisions, to assess their strengths and challenges as scholars, and to clarify realistic career objectives for themselves upon graduation.
Students with a language major will be assigned a faculty advisor in their language program. Faculty advisors are full-time tenured/tenure-track faculty who serve as mentors to students in their respective language fields. A staff advisor is also assigned to declared language majors. Staff advisors assist with technical/logistical needs such as degree progress, class scheduling and navigating university resources, in addition to assistance with educational, personal and career goals.
For more on how to work effectively with your faculty and staff advisors, please review our Advising Guidelines.
Office Location & Contact Info
2320 North Kenmore AvenueSchmitt Academic Center, suite 310Chicago, IL 60614Front desk: 773-325-7320Department of Modern Languages, Suite 310 email@example.com
To schedule an appointment with your faculty advisor, please email her/him your days and times of availability. Your faculty advisor assignment can be found in Campus Connect under Bluestar, My Success Network. To learn more about your faculty advisor (i.e., research interests, professional experiences, publications), please visit our faculty profile pages. Learn more about how to develop a relationship with your faculty by reviewing sources online, such as this one by the APA.
Faculty advisors are assigned after your language major is officially declared.