How to Get Advising
The advising team for Chicana and Chicano Studies offers in-person as well as remote advising. We recognize that some of our students prefer face to face and others need to meet over Zoom. Either way, we want to make sure that you know someone is here to help you. Take a look below to see how to get in touch with our advising team.
If you are interested in finding out more about our major or minor but you are not yet ready to make a decision, schedule an appointment with Erlinda Yañez (firstname.lastname@example.org) to get answers to some of your questions. She can help answer questions about units needed, courses required, and other planning questions.
Schedule a Meeting with an Advisor
Ready to sign up! Our current majors and minors are highly encouraged to meet at least once a semester with our undergraduate advisor. They can help you with planning your schedule, future courses, the roadmap, etc., you can schedule an appointment with Dr. Maria L. Alaniz to meet with her for advising.
Preparing for your advising meeting
To have an effective and informed advising session, we recommend that you have these documents available during your appointment.
- Four year planner (for first time freshman)
- Two year planner (for transfers)
For degree requirements and courses see the Chicana and Chicano Studies major and minor see the Undergraduate Program page in Curriculog.
If you have any questions or need additional information to plan your graduate degree program in Chicana and Chicano Studies, please contact Dr. Estevan Azcona.
Some of you will benefit from meeting with our other faculty who have research interests or experience that you would be interested in. We encourage you to meet with those faculty during their office hours.