Communication and Journalism Advising
Follow these guidelines for how to request, schedule, and prepare for a major advising meeting.
Not all major advising matters require a face-to-face meeting. Many questions can be answered by email. You are welcome to email questions to Ryan Pumroy.
We can advise you on:
- Majors in Communication Studies
- Major in Journalism
- Minors in Communication Studies
- Minor in Journalism
- Minor in Professional Communication
If you have questions, please email Ryan Pumroy at firstname.lastname@example.org. It is preferred you contact the office via email in advance.
When to Seek Advising
Advising for upcoming summer and fall semesters should be completed by March. Advising for upcoming spring semesters should be completed by October. Advising for your major is not required, but it is highly recommended to ensure you are on the right track. Students are welcome to seek advising whenever help is needed.
Advising on general education requirements, B.A. requirements or B.S. requirements can be obtained by visiting the College of Liberal Arts and Sciences advising office.
For advising on majors and minors outside of the Department of Communication, you must contact those respective departments.
Questions about COMS 407 Practicum?
If you have questions about COMS 407 Practicum, please review this webpage.
For information about internship credits in communication or journalism, please contact Professor Laura Vazquez at email@example.com, director of undergraduate studies for the Department of Communication.
If you have any questions related to the COMS 100 gen ed requirement, review this page first. You can find information on the OCCE exam and who to contact on that page.
Kathleen Valde, Ph.D.
Director of Graduate Studies
Watson Hall 205