Undergraduate Advising

Academic/Career Advice and Course Recommendations

Undergraduate advising with a departmental faculty advisor is recommended for all Anthropology majors on an annual basis. For information regarding academic, career advising, and major declaration, please contact our Undergraduate Director.  Students that have applied for graduation will need to meet with Dr. Sandra Gray to have their major/minor certification form signed.

Please contact Dr. Gray to make an appointment, or visit our Undergraduate Program Officer in the Anthropology office (622 Fraser Hall) for questions about the the undergraduate program.

Undergraduate Director

Dr. Sandra Gray
Phone: 785-864-2646

Graduation and Degree Certification

Graduation application information can be found at the link below.  For questions about CLAS graduation requirements, confer with an advising specialist in Strong Hall.  Declaration of Major and Department Honors Intent forms (must be signed by Dr. Sandra Gray) should be dropped in 109 Strong Hall.

Undergraduate Program Officer

Kathleen Womack
622 Fraser Hall
Phone: 785-864-2694


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Graduate Advising

First-year students are assigned an acting advisor upon acceptance to the program. After the first two semesters, each student must select a research advisor and consult with him/her before the beginning of each semester about future enrollments.

ANTH Director of Graduate Studies

          Dr. Bartholomew Dean
          ​​618 Fraser Hall
          Phone: 785-864-2648

Graduate Program Officer

Le-Thu Erazmus Campbell, MSE
622 Fraser Hall
Phone: 785-864-2630

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