As an interdisciplinary major, Jewish Studies benefits greatly from expert advising through the College of Liberal Arts. The Academic Advisor provides one-on-one academic advising that includes providing information about the degree plan, degree requirements, petitions, internships, honors, and campus resources to help you succeed. You are encouraged to visit your advisor regularly to discuss your course plans and academic goals.
Advising bars are placed on the records of incoming freshmen and newly transferred students and on the records of students who are on scholastic probation. The purpose of advising bars is to make sure students contact the Academic Advisor before they proceed with their degree plan.
Advising bars will be removed only after the student meets with the Academic Advisor.
Fall 2022 appointment modality
Advising appointments will be offered both virtually and in person. Students must request which they prefer when scheduling an appointment. More information can be found via the 'schedule an appointment' buttonLearn More
Appointments for Jewish Studies majors
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Have a quick question?
The best way to direct your request would be to email the Advisor. Depending on the nature of your emailed question, the Advisor may ask you to schedule an appointment.send an email
Not a J S major?
If you are not a Jewish Studies major and have a quick question, please email the Advisor.send an email
'Declare the Major' Appointment
Current Liberal Arts students who wish to add or change to the Jewish Studies major can simply schedule an appointment with the Advisor to do so.schedule an appointment
Internal Transfer Application
If you are a UT student not in the College of Liberal Arts, you must submit a UT Austin internal transfer application. Once you have submitted the application, the Advisor will reach out to schedule an appointment.submit an application