Advisors in Child Studies
Advising is an important part of the educational process at WKU. Within the Child Studies concentration, the faculty advise the students. The Child Studies faculty are invested in the students and want to guide them not only through what courses to take, but also internship options, career opportunities, and other life experiences.
Thus the student's advisor will be one of the following faculty members:
Advisors are assigned through the AHS office. Please call 270-745-4352 to be assigned
an advisor or contact one of the advisors listed above for assistance. Students majoring
in Child Studies must be advised by a faculty advisor through the Child Studies program
on the main campus.
You must see your assigned advisor each semester prior to registering for classes (this is assuming you have declared your major, and have been assigned an advisor). Each student has an "Advising Hold" on their record until they meet with their advisor. After a student meets with his/her advisor, she will lift the hold on the students record, allowing the student to register for courses.
Remember, each advisor sees many students, therefore waiting until the last minute to schedule an appointment is not recommended, as there might be difficulty getting into the advising schedule.