AGLS Advising Hub
Academic advising is centralized through the College of Agriculture and Life Sciences. The AGLS Advising Hub serves the Agricultural Leadership, Education and Communications; Agricultural Economics; and Hospitality, Hotel Management, and Tourism Departments. Our knowledgeable and passionate Academic Advisors help students explore their interests, consider alternative majors, evaluate coursework, connect with on-campus resources, and help them learn self-efficacy in a safe space. Graduate students will work as a team with their faculty committee chair, their Academic Advisor, and The Graduate School to learn steps to graduate and navigating their graduate program. Students can make an appointment with their Academic Advisor at any time.
A full list of all Advising Hubs can be found on the College of Agriculture & Life Sciences website.
To make an appointment with an advisors, student should schedule an appointment through the Navigate Student App or online website. Click on their individual profiles below to view their individualized Navigate scheduling link.
To set up a meeting with an advisor, click on their profile below for details.
Graduate students will work as a team with their faculty committee chair, their Academic Advisor, and The Graduate School to learn steps to graduate and navigating their graduate program.
Students will contact Koy Moser for:
- Admissions / Application Questions
- Departmental funding questions
Students will contact Melyssa-Anne Stricklin for:
- Academic policies
- Registration questions
- Graduation requirements
- DPSS, DocuSign, Adobe Sign, ARCS questions
- Learning about on-campus resources
- If you don’t know where to go
Students will contact their Faculty Committee Chair to:
- Discuss course selection, degree plan approval, research/project questions, committee member help, etc.
Schedule a Meeting through Navigate
To meet with an advisor, students should schedule an appointment using the Navigate Student App or online portal. Students can browse the advisor directory to view each advisor’s individualized Navigate scheduling link.
Preparing for a Meeting
To prepare for a meeting, students are encouraged to bring a list of questions or issues they would like to discuss. If they need assistance with their schedule or long-term planning, students should bring a draft schedule or tentative class list along. Students are encouraged to be kind and arrive on time!