Every major within the Department of Classical Studies must have an advisor. Majors can either choose a member of the classics faculty or the department’s Director of Undergraduate Studies to be their advisor.
- About one month prior to registration in the fall and in the spring, students receive an email informing them of advising dates and advising information.
- Students contact their advisors to schedule an advising appointment.
- During the appointment complete the Course Registration Form.
- Email the completed from to firstname.lastname@example.org to receive your academic advising code.*Majors must attend these advising appointments to receive their advising codes, which enables them to register for classes.
Frequently Asked Questions
What courses count for course credit?
What courses count for CAS Divisional Studies Credit?
Do the Core Curriculum courses apply to my major?
Which related courses apply to my major?
Will my credits from another school transfer?
How can I use Classics to fulfill the Foreign Language Requirement?
How can I receive Honors in the Major?
What is a Directed Study?