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LAS Advising Services (Undergraduate)

​​​​​​​​​​​​​​​​            ​LAS Undergraduate ​​​​​Academic Advising 

The LAS academic advisors are available for appointments. The appointment type (via Zoom, phone, or face-to-face) will be offered at the advisor’s discretion. You may find your advisor’s name by selecting the Academic Progress option in Campus Connect, via BlueStar, or see below for the list by major. Our advisors use BlueStar to schedule appointments. For information on scheduling a BlueStar appointment, see the BlueStar ​Scheduling Guide.

Please email LASAdvising@depaul.edu or call (773) 325-7310 for any additional questions or concerns.

LAS Advising Services​ provides holistic advising services for students who are declared majors in LAS. We help with planning coursework, switching majors, choosing a minor, outlining study abroad and internship options, and transition to graduate and professional school. Office staff monitor students' academic progress, update their electronic academic records, and conduct graduation audits. Students are encouraged to utilize online LAS Advising Services' resources to clarify administrative policy and to initiate special academic requests (see Forms). "Drop-in" remote advising is available, via Zoom or by phone, the first week and the registration week of every quarter.

We also collaborate closely with the Office for Academic Advising (OAAS), which provides similar services to LAS students who have not yet declared majors. If you are an undeclared student in LAS, please contact OAAS.

Listed below are the academic advisors by LAS major​​:​​​

African and Black Diaspora Studies
Catholic Studies​
Islamic World Studies
Latin American and Latino Studies
Peace, Justice, and Conflict Studies
Political Science (BA/JD 3+3 Majors Only​)​​
Religious Studies
Women's and Gender Studies

American Studies
History
Political Science​ (all concentrations for students with last names A-J,​ and Law & Theory concentration)​
Sociology
Jason Majchrzak

Anthropology
Art, Media, and Design
Modern Languages (Arabic Studies, Chinese Studies, French, German, Italian, Japanese Studies, Spanish)
Philosophy
Gwen Bailey Knorr

Applied Diplomacy
Economics (Economics (BA) and Economics + Computer Science (BS))
Geography (Geography (BA) and Geography + Computer Science (BS)​)
International Studies
Political Science (all concentrations for students with last names K-Z, except Law & Theory concentration)
Public Policy Studies​

Criminology

English
History of Art and Architecture​
Writing, Rhetoric, and Discourse​​
Jordan Kindle​