School of Civic and Economic Thought and Leadership Advising

Whether you need pre-professional counseling and degree planning, scholarship assistance, or extra-curricular activity suggestions, advisors at the School of Civic and Economic Thought and Leadership can help you. 

Your advisor will also show you how to manage your schedule using the Degree Audit Reporting System, known as DARS, and find research opportunities and internships.

Our advisors are part of the educational process providing information and guidance to help students understand curricula, policies and procedures. They help students identify academic and career goals, create and implement plans, and assume responsibility for their education. As such, we encourage you to meet with your advisor regularly. Together, you’ll develop a path to graduation and beyond.

Undergraduate Advising

Academic advising for first-year students

During your first year, first-year students and transfer students will meet with an advisor to provide you with meaningful plans to meet your academic and career goals. To find your advisor, check your MyASU page.

First-Year Advising 

Graduate Advising

The School of Civic and Economic Thought and Leadership recently launched a new, master's of arts program in Classical Liberal Education and Leadership. If you have questions about the program, or are interested in enrolling in upcoming courses, please connect with our advisor below! 

Via Zoom  or  in-person

Schedule an advising appointment

Academic advising

Schedule an appointment with Kristin Fanrsworth, our manager of academic advising.

Via Zoom  or  In-person

Internship questions

Schedule an appointment with Dr. Susan Carrese, clinical assistant professor.

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