The Undergraduate Advisor will provide interested students with information and guidance in planning a major or minor. Upon review of the information on our majors and minors, we encourage you to meet with the Advisor, Thom Chivens, in order to discuss specific courses and ways in which anthropology can contribute to your career goals.
Declaring a major or minor requires an advising appointment.
Advising appointments may be scheduled by clicking on the button below. Appointments are being conducted by Zoom, phone, or in-person.
The Undergraduate Program Coordinator, Melinda Nelson, is available to answer basic advising questions by email at email@example.com. However, some questions require an in-person appointment, such as questions about transfer or study abroad credit or senior audit (a.k.a. major or minor release). Please schedule an appointment for these matters. Walk-in advising is available on Mondays and Wednesdays 9:30-10:30am and 3:00-5:00pm in 107A WH.
Resources in Support of Student Well-Being
Attending to basic needs for students:
- The Dean of Students Office is the central location to coordinate help for students. If you are facing financial hardship, see Student Emergency Funds.
- The Maize and Blue Cupboard is still open and providing food. There is no cost.
- U-M Student Well-being website
- Refer to the Student Life Offerings during Covid-19 document, gathered by the Well-being Network.
- CAPS Mental Health Care Package
- UHS’s Coping & Practicing Resilience during COVID-19.
- Students can sign up for Virtual Wellness Coaching!
- Adjusting your study habits during Covid.