College of Letters, Arts and Social Sciences


Students in the Department of Geography and Anthropology should attend advising sessions or seek advising from their advisors on a quarterly basis. 

CLASS and University advising

For Department Advising:

Advisor Assignment

Advisors are assigned based on students' last names as listed below.  Students may request a deviation from the assignment.  For continuing students, students or faculty can request to keep the same assignment from the previous year(s) if the list below is different from the original assignment.

To request a deviation from the list below, please email the department Administrative Support Coordinator (Remi Burton for the change and copy the faculty you choose to be your advisor. 

If your advisor is on leave during a particular quarter or is not available when you have a time sensitive advising need, please contact department chair (Dr. Lin Wu or any advisors on the list below to determine who can help you.  Please also contact the department chair if you have advising needs during the summer.  Advisors’ contact info is listed at the faculty-staff page.

For Anthropology Majors

Advisor                                           Student Last Name starts with

Dr. Allen                                          A through C

Dr. Cerezo-Román                          D through H

Dr. Garcia-Des Lauriers:                 I through M

Dr. Wills:                                          N through Z

For Geography Majors

Advisor                                            Student Last Name starts with

Dr. Conway-Gomez:                       A through D

Dr. Huh:                                            E through H

Dr. Reibel / Dr. Young:                    I through O

Dr. Wu:                                             P through Z

For Social Sciences Majors  

Dr. Wu is the assigned advisor

Advising Sessions

The department offers advising sessions each quarter.  Check the news-events section for when the advising sessions are held.

Office Hours Winter 2018