How does advising work in WGS?

Women, Gender, and Sexuality has a very strong advising system. Concentrators are encouraged to meet regularly with their concentration advisers to discuss their academic progress and future plans. During the registration period each term, concentrators are required to meet with their advisers to discuss their program and have their study cards signed. Joint concentrators typically have an adviser in each concentration.

For more information, please visit the Advising page.