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Advisers’ offices are located in the Cronkite School’s Student Services office, Cronkite Room 222. The office is open Monday-Friday 8 a.m. to 5 p.m. year-round.
You can make an appointment to see an adviser by calling 602.496.5055 or by visiting the center.
If you have a quick question for your adviser, you can send him or her an email.
Common subjects discussed through email include:
Common subjects discussed in advising appointments include:
Students who need to cancel or postpone an appointment should call the advising center at 602.496.5055 prior to the scheduled appointment time.
A student who is more than 15 minutes late is considered a NO SHOW and will be offered the next available appointment following a 48-hour waiting period.
A student who is a NO SHOW twice will need to get the approval of the Senior Associate Dean to schedule a third appointment.
Come to all advising appointments prepared with your ASU ID, a DARS report printout (http://www.asu.edu/sos/) and your questions.
Freshmen should seek advising:
Freshmen should seek additional advising:
Sophomores, juniors and seniors should seek advising:
Students on probation, continuing probation or facing disqualification should seek advising immediately. Contact Cronkite School Student Services at 602.496.5055 after receiving notification from ASU that you are on probation, continuing probation or disqualified from the university. Advisers will review probation and disqualification guidelines, present opportunities to return to good standing and review academic options outside ASU and the Cronkite School.
Students may also register for classes in person at the Downtown Phoenix Campus (DPC) Registrar’s Office in University Center Room 166.
Degree Audit Report System (DARS)
Students who haven’t submitted this proof already must do so immediately, as immunization records must be submitted and processed before class registration. For more information visit http://www.asu.edu/admissions/steps/immunization.html.
Residency classification is a complex process and students should petition early in the reclassification period.
Students who have at least 12 hours of credit earned at ASU and who want to change their majors to Journalism and Mass Communication must have at least a 3.0 cumulative GPA to be eligible for admission to the Cronkite School and before they can be assigned a Cronkite School adviser.
Transfer students who have been admitted to ASU and who would like to major in journalism and mass communication must have a minimum of 12 transferable hours of college credit earned after high school and a cumulative 3.0 transfer GPA to be eligible for admission to the Cronkite School and before they can be assigned a Cronkite School adviser.
Both ASU and transfer students who have fewer than 12 hours of college credit earned after high school must also have at least a 3.0 high school GPA AND no English competency deficiencies AND an SAT Reasoning score of at least 1040 OR an ACT score of at least 22 OR be in the top 25% of their high school graduating class to be eligible for admission to the Cronkite School and before they can be assigned a Cronkite School adviser.
Journalism and Mass Communication Checksheet