Advising

Our advisors facilitate the academic achievement and creative development of students while assisting in the navigation and attainment of their goals.

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Advising

Undergraduate

The Herberger Office of Student Success (Advising Office) is located in the Design South building (CDS) room 101, which is located near the SW corner of Forest and University

Appointments are recommended and can be scheduled in advance or students may utilize our walk-in hours.

Visit the Herberger Office of Student Success website for full details.

Herberger Office of Student Success

Advisor contact information

Sarah Casbeer Eldridge

Academic Success Coordinator

Ceramics, Drawing, Fibers, Intermedia, Metals, Sculpture

Academic Success Coordinator Senior

Art History, Museum Studies, Photography, Printmaking

Matthew Ransom

Academic Success Coordinator

Fashion

Jesse Ortiz

Academic Success Coordinator

Art Education, Art History, Art Studies, Painting

Schedule an appointment

Appointments are recommended and should to be scheduled in advance with the lead academic advisor.

There are 3 ways to schedule an advising appointment:

Appointments are available year round.

Please note the online scheduling system only shows two weeks of available appointments for each advisor. If the advisor’s schedule is full, students can return to the scheduling system the following day to see the next chronological day with open appointments.

 

Graduate

As a prospective graduate student interested in studying art, your options abound. Within the ASU Herberger Institute School of Art website you will find general information needed concerning the admission process as well as the opportunities you have upon acceptance into your desired program. In addition, faculty are available to answer questions and are also available to meet periodically while you pursue your studies in the School of Art. 

The school offers two primary master's degree programs: the Master of Arts (art education and art history) and Master of Fine Arts (studio). Students wishing to pursue a Ph.D. in art history may do so through the Ph.D. in design, environment and the arts concentration in history, theory and criticism.

As a graduate student, you are assigned a temporary advisor until your graduate committee is established following the 15-hour review milestone.  If you have any questions about this process, contact the School of Art at SOAgrads@asu.edu.

Follow the links to the left for more information on applying to our programs.