This section describes 3 types of advising available to undergraduate students:
- DEPARTMENTAL ADVISING
- Individual Faculty Advising
- COLLEGE and CAREER ADVISING
EXPLORING MAJORS AND MINORS? LOOKING FOR MORE INFORMATION ABOUT A SPECIFIC MAJOR OR MINOR? DECIDING?
If you’re exploring the full range of majors that might match your interests and strengths, we encourage you to visit the Tykeson College and Career Advising team in Tykeson Hall. Tykeson Academic and Career Advisors will help you clarify your interests, meet academic requirements, discuss career possibilities with Career Readiness Coaches, and put you in touch with the many resources available to help you succeed. The Tykeson College and Career Advising team can also help majors/minors in Linguistics plan courses, integrate activities to help with career preparation, answer questions about core education and university policies and procedures, and connect you with other resources for student success.
The Tykeson College and Career Advising in Willie and Donald Tykeson Hall is UO’s new advising center, located on 13th Avenue, between Johnson and Chapman Halls.You can schedule appointments with our Tykeson College and Career Advising team via the EAB Navigate app available in the App Store or Google Play.
The Global Connections Advising Team in Tykeson (Courtney, Clay, Christina and Kenlei) works closely with the Linguistics Advising Team to ensure students have a clear understanding of departmental requirements. Reach out to the Global Connections Advising Team for your advising needs – they will be providing remote advising appointments via Microsoft Teams (available for download here: http://teams.microsoft.com/).
How do I schedule a remote appointment with a Global Connections Advisor?
- To schedule a remote “drop-in” appointment M-F, 10-3pm:
- Use the chat function on this website: https://advising.uoregon.edu/tykeson
- Call: 541-346-9200
- To schedule a remote appointment, you can use the chat function on the website, or schedule directly through Navigate. From there, they will receive instructions on using Microsoft Teams for a remote appointment.
- Flight Path Email: The GC flight path email (GCflightpath@uoregon.edu) is also a great way to communicate with all of the flight path advisors (Courtney, Clay, Christina and Kenlei) all at once!
LOOKING FOR IN-DEPTH INFORMATION ABOUT YOUR MAJOR OR MINOR IN LINGUISTICS?
If you have already declared a major, you can contact Robert Elliott (email@example.com), Linguistics Undergraduate Advisor
He can offer expertise about your major, as well as detailed information about your major department and its curricular and co-curricular offerings. Robert will assist you as you work to complete the major (or minor) in Linguistics. He can help you develop a concrete plan of study so that you get through the major smoothly, or help you identify courses that complement your major and the particular focus you want to develop within the major. We recommend that you connect with him each term, preferably far enough along in the term that you know how the term is going but soon enough that you can use the advising meeting to set up your next term.
Robert will be holding office hours over Zoom during Fall term on Mondays from 1-3PM. Students are welcome to drop in without an appointment during this time.
Join Zoom Meeting: https://uoregon.zoom.us/j/94980927140
Meeting ID: 949 8092 7140
INDIVIDUAL FACULTY ADVISING
You will find that making a strong academic connection with one (or more) individual faculty member is immensely useful to you as you develop your academic program and profile at the UO. An individual faculty adviser can discuss how you’re doing academically, give advice on particular courses to take and particular faculty to take them from, and write more than a perfunctory letter when you apply for jobs, graduate school, or professional school. How do you go about getting an individual faculty advisor? Allow yourself to get immersed in your academic studies. Take advantage of the willingness of good faculty to work with students by going to office hours not just when you're having trouble with some material but when you're curious to learn more. All of us who are faculty enjoy and value the chance to work with committed students.