Undergraduate Advising

Do you need help understanding course requirements or making sure you’re on track for graduation? You’ve come to the right place. If you are pursuing a major, minor, certificate or BIS concentration in geography, GIS or urban planning, our academic advisors are here to help achieve your goals. Schedule an appointment in advance, or stop by during walk-in hours.

Please navigate to the Contact an Advisor page for information on speaking with our advising team.

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Bryan Eisentraut

Manager of Academic Programs

 

Mr. Eisentraut oversees the academic advising and curriculum of the undergraduate and graduate programs in the School of Geographical Sciences and Urban Planning.

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Beverly Davis

Academic Success Specialist

 

Beverly assists students in SGSUP with academic progress in undergraduate programs and provides information to resources available on campus

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Steven Maierson

Academic Success Specialist

 

Steven assists students in SGSUP with academic progress in undergraduate programs and provides information to resources available on campus

Below are the major points of contact for aiding students in navigating Internships and Career Development.

Barbara Trapido-LurieResearch ProfessionalBarbara Trapido-Lurie offers internship-search and career advising within the School of Geographical Sciences & Urban Planning.  Make an appointment with her to find out about strategies for finding internship opportunities in geography, GIS and urban planning.  Also learn more about internships and full-time employment opportunities on our web site.BTL@asu.edu
ASU's Career Services
ASU's Career and Professional Development Services offers a broad range of career-related resources, events and advising. They can support you in identifying your career interest area as well as with many stages of your internship or job search.
careerservices@asu.edu

Is this your first year at ASU?

First-year students (not including new transfer students or online students) receive advising support in Armstrong Hall.

First-year advising