Academic, major and career advising are critical components to your progress toward graduation from the College of Health and Human Services at Western Michigan University. Advisors answer questions, offer guidance and ensure you fulfill all of the requirements for your chosen area of study.
Call (269) 387-2656 to schedule an appointment with an academic advisor.
Advising Office hours (by appointment):
- Monday through Friday - 8 a.m. to 5 p.m.
NOTE: Friday walk-in advising hours will resume August 23, 2019 from 1-4 p.m. only.
- Start of fall semester advising Monday August 26 through Thursday September 5, 2019. During this period, walk-in advising available from 9 to 11:30 a.m. and 1 to 4 p.m.
The advising office is located in Room 2125 of the Health and Human Services Building. Please see our directions to the building page.
Undergraduate Program advisors
- Audiology: Jill Hamilton
- Clinical practice in health: Mandy Cox
- Healthcare services and sciences (formerly Interdisciplinary health services: Mandy Cox
- Health informatics and information management: Jill Hamilton
- Pre-Blindness and low vision: Melinda Lockett
- Pre-Nursing: Brett Closson
- Pre-Nursing second bachelor: Sheena Bolton
- Professional nursing: Tracy Corstange
- Pre-Occupational therapy: Sheena Bolton
- Pre-Physical therapy: Sheena Bolton
- Pre-Physician assistant: Mandy Cox
- Public health: Jill Hamilton
- RN to BSN: John-Michael Duggan
- Social work: Jill Hamilton
- Speech pathology and audiology: Jill Hamilton
Graduate program advisors
- Audiology: Bharti Katbamna
- Blindness and low vision studies
- Interdisciplinary health sciences Ph.D. program: Kieran Fogarty
- Nursing: Tracy Corstange
- Occupational therapy: Sarah Anderson
- Physical therapy: Sarah Anderson
- Physician assistant: firstname.lastname@example.org
- Public health: Mark Kelley or Robert Bensley
- Social work: Jennifer Klauth
- Speech pathology: email@example.com, (269) 387-8045
Graduate certificates in: Integrative holistic health and wellness, Specialty program in alcohol and drug addiction or Gerontology: Sheena Bolton