College of Arts and Sciences
Faculty and Staff Resources

Advising Resources for Faculty

  • Advising Questions or Concerns?

    If you encounter problems or have questions while working with an advisee, please contact a member of the Academic Advising Support Center (AASC) advising staff. The AASC is a college-wide centralized advising office that provides academic advising and educational assistance to all College of Arts and Sciences students and supports faculty advisors in their individual work with students.

    The AASC is located in Casey 1W, co-located with the Dean's office. The AASC is open Monday, Wednesday, and Thursday from 8:30-6:00PM and Tuesday and Friday from 8:30-4:30PM. Academic advisors are available on a drop-in basis Monday, Wednesday, and Thursday from 9:00-5:30PM and Tuesday and Friday from 9:00-4:00PM. Faculty advisors and students can contact the AASC directly at 206-296-2840, by individual email, or through the general email address, ASCAdvising@seattleu.edu. Below is contact information for individual AASC advisors.  

    Kate Elias, Assistant Dean for Student Academic Support
    Casey 106, x2397

    Tonja Brown, Academic Advisor
    Casey 107, x6982 

    Laura Hauck, Academic Advisor
    Casey 108, x6981 

    Sophie Boyer, Academic Advisor
    Casey 104, x2482

    Caitlin Cairncross, Academic Advisor
    Casey 104, x2482 

    Tiff Hayes, Academic Advisor
    Casey 104, x2482

    Faculty Advising Handbook

    The 2013-14 Faculty Advising Handbook is designed to provide faculty in the College of Arts and Sciences with important and frequently referenced materials in one easy location. Each summer the handbook is updated to reflect any changes and additions in policies, procedures, and academic requirements. Significant pieces of the handbook are available below for online searching and viewing. If you have suggestions for this manual, please contact Kate Elias, Assistant Dean for Student Academic Support, at x2397.  

    Academic Advice: College of Arts and Sciences Advising Newsletter

    Academic Advice is a quarterly newsletter sent to advisors before the official advising week begins. Information published in Academic Advice is compiled and edited by the Academic Advising Support Center.

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    Additional Advisor Resources

    Additional resources for faculty advisors are located on the Student Academic Services website. These resources include an overview of advising procedures, common advising transactions, information regarding advising specific populations of students, and different advising resources.