Meet with an Advisor
Welcome to College of the Arts Advising Services! If you are a lower division major in Architecture, Art+Design, and Theatre & Film or a prospective student, you have come to the right place. We are here as a resource to assist you with attaining your degree, by helping you navigate the PSU system and degree requirements, to answer any questions, and to address any concerns that you may have. PSU has a wide variety of resources available to students and our advisors can also help you find that one you need.
We are located in the Dean's Office at LH 349 and our Drop-In schedule is posted below.
Drop-In Advising is available for current students (including co-admits) and prospective students for quick questions only. The maximum drop-in time is 15 minutes We are closed 12:00-1:30. Times are subject to change and all changes will be posted.
Please see your assigned College Advisor. If you do not have an assigned Advisor, please contact email@example.com to find out the name of your assigned Advisor. Once you have seen an Advisor, you will need to stay with that Advisor until you are admitted to upper division standing in your program. We encourage you to meet with your College Advisor at least once a year to review your overall degree requirements.
Appointments are available for current PSU students and new post-baccalaureate students. New undergraduate students must first complete a PSU Orientation program which includes an advising session. Students may schedule 30 minute appointments for academic planning; DARS issues, transfer credit questions or other in-depth questions relating to their academic programs.
For appointments please send an email to any College of the Arts Advisor or firstname.lastname@example.org. Please include your first and last names, your PSU ID number, the type of degree you are seeking (BA, BS, BFA, or BM), and your major.
If you are a major in Music or an upper-division admitted major in Architecture, Art+Design, and Theatre & Film, please see the links below for further instructions: