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Click on the drop-down sections below for information about undergraduate advising in Sociology. If you are unable to find an answer to your question, please email

Major/Minor Advising Options

Walk-In Advising

Quick major or minor question? 15-minute walk-in advising takes place in room 3114 LSA Building. 

Walk-in advising will take place on:

Friday, January 10 from 9am-12pm
Friday, January 17 from 9am-12pm
Friday, January 31 from 9am-12pm

Check back each month for additional dates in Winter 2020!

Please Note: Major releases will not be submitted during walk-in appointments. Students in need of a release are required to make a scheduled appointment or email

Scheduled Advising Appointments

Meet with a department advisor to discuss your major/minor progress, department study abroad credit evaluation, declaration, or to have a release submitted for graduation. Go to the online Undergraduate Advising Appointment System to schedule an appointment.

New appointments are added each month. If you are unable to find an appointment time that meets your needs, please email with your questions or availability.

If you have questions regarding your LSA distribution requirements, college policies, or your overall academic standing, you should meet with your general academic advisor (LSA Newnan, RC, CSP, Honors). For graduate school and career advising, connect with the LSA Opportunity Hub or Career Center

Advising via Email

The undergraduate program staff will respond to advising questions via email at

Declaring in Sociology

Students must complete a prerequisite course in Sociology with a C- grade or better to declare a major or minor. The following courses are eligible to fulfill this requirement: SOC 100, 102, 300, or 302.

Schedule an advising appointment or email us to declare or inquire about our programs!

Note that students should only take ONE prerequisite course (SOC 100, 102, 300, or 302); no credit will be granted for the second prerequisite course taken (the second course will have a “Not For Credit” designation on the transcript).

If you need to take courses reserved for majors like SOC 305 and SOC 310, please plan ahead.

Check Your LSA Audit Checklist

The My LSA Audit Checklist is an easy-to-read degree progress audit. This checklist is for advising purposes only, so if you have questions or concerns, follow-up with your general LSA advisor or departmental advisor.

Take me to My LSA Audit Checklist.