The College of Liberal Arts and Sciences utilizes a dual advising system, which means all declared Communication majors will have two advisors to guide them: a faculty advisor from the department who will work with you on academic major requirements, and an assigned academic advisor from the college advising office who can handle educational issues such as clarification of university and college policies and procedures, core curriculum advising, transfer credits, evaluation for Core Curriculum, and academic warning and probation. Your degree progress and graduation plans are monitored and approved by both advisors.

Communication Spring 2023 Advising 

Dr. Yvette Bueno Olson

M/W 12:30-2:30 PM – In-person available
T/TH 11:00 AM-12:00 PM – Online only

Use the calendly link to set up an appointment 
Indicate your meeting preference: in-person, phone, or zoom.  

Suite 3004, Student Commons Building
Phone - 303-906-5900 

Dr. Sarah Fields

Appointments are available most weekdays as well as several evenings per week.
Use the calendly link to set up an appointment.

Also via e-mail at any time, expect a response within 24 hours Monday-Fridays (holidays and weekends may take a little longer).  Please include your student ID and your question in the email.

Resources for Communication Majors:

Graduate Advisor

Dr. Amy Hasinoff, Director of Graduate Programs 
Student Commons Building, Room 3319
Please contact her to make an appointment.

Resources for potential graduate students:

Certificate Advisors

Certificate in Global and Intercultural Communication

Dr. ej Yoder

Certificate in Health Communication

Dr. Tamara Powell

Certificate in Mediation

Dr. Larry Erbert

Dr. Hamilton Bean