The Newhouse Undergraduate Advising Office provides academic support to students throughout their time at Newhouse. Advisers help students explore academic interests, identify campus resources, and develop individual academic plans based on the student’s goals, interests and degree requirements. Students should use this office as a first point of contact for any academic questions or concerns.
Location: 316 Newhouse 3
|Tess Barrett||Academic Adviser
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|Susanna Carey||Project Coordinatoremail@example.com|
|Alison Fredericks||Academic Adviser
|Aaron Knighton||Academic Adviser
|Suzanne Maguire||Director of Advising; (Sk-Z)||firstname.lastname@example.org|
|Karen McGee||Assistant Dean of Student Servicesemail@example.com|
|Richard Mendez||Lead Academic Adviser
|ShawnMarie Parry||Academic Adviser
|Julie Pregent||Office Coordinatorfirstname.lastname@example.org|
|Brad Stalter||Academic Adviser
Newhouse students are assigned three advisers. These advisers help students transition to Syracuse University and are a critical resource for students throughout their time at Newhouse.
Academic advisers help students navigate degree requirements, plan for future semesters, understand school policies, and connect with campus resources. Students are assigned an academic adviser based on the student’s last name.
Faculty advisers act as mentors, answer questions about courses and career paths, and help students connect with industry professionals. Initially, a student’s faculty adviser is their COM 100 professor, though students will have an opportunity to choose their own faculty adviser within their major. To request a new faculty adviser, complete the Change Faculty Adviser form.
Peer advisers are current Newhouse students who help new students understand their degree requirements and adjust to Newhouse during their first year. Incoming students are assigned a Newhouse peer adviser team over the summer prior to entering Syracuse University.