Please contact your major advisor if you have advising questions. For questions about Honors courses, contact Dr. Cayla Lanier, assistant dean and campus director, at email@example.com.
ST. PETERSBURG CAMPUS
Please contact Dani Soluna, Academic Advisor, at firstname.lastname@example.org, to schedule a virtual appointment. For questions about courses or college access, contact Dr. Catherine Wilkins, acting associate dean, at email@example.com.
Students can schedule an advising appointment via Archivum. Once scheduled, students will receive a confirmation email with instructions for an in-person, phone, or virtual meeting via Microsoft Teams.
Students can make appointments based on the advisor's schedule and when the university is open Monday - Friday from 8:00 a.m. - 5:00 p.m.
To find your Honors advisor, please visit the Honors student portal.
Students on the Tampa campus can meet with the Honors advisor "on-call" on a first-come-first-served base.
Drop-in advising is intended for quick questions and assistance that will take 10 minutes or less to resolve.
- Please note the following generally cannot be assisted during drop-in advising: lifting AA holds, major exploration, career planning, and creating 8-semester planning.
We encourage you to connect with your assigned Honors advisor to continue building a rapport but general Honors advising questions can be supported by any Honors advisor.
To best support our students, each Honors advisor has a drop-in process to fit the needs of their advisees. Please review your Honors advisor's drop-in process and schedule by clicking on their Honors advisor profile or reaching out to them.
- Arnie Mejias
- Dr. Krysta Banke
- Audra Santerre
- Dr. Al Blanchard
- Megan Braunstein
- Evan Isaacson
- Carter Harbert
- Kevin Lee
- Loral I Barrie
HONORS ADVISING INFORMATION
ABOUT HONORS COLLEGE ADVISORS
The Judy Genshaft Honors College offers students an extraordinary undergraduate experience through thought-provoking coursework, engaging activities, and academic advising that meets students where they are and guides them through rewarding experiences that result in a student's ability to tell a story about who they are and what they have to offer future employers.
- Build relationships with students and each other
- Problem solve and partner with students to plan for their futures
- Empower students to make the decisions that are right for them
- Value continuous learning and having fun!
Our values show up in the way we work together, interact with students, and offer support to our colleagues within the College and around campus.
WHAT TO EXPECT
WARMTH & OPENNESS
We like students and want to get to know you. We care about your success.
We are here to address your questions and help you approach problems from new angles. We may even respond with questions of our own! Questions open doors to new ways of thinking and offer new possibilities.
Each student brings a unique set of goals, interests, and experiences to their academic journey. We can help you pull all of those things together into a personalized plan that is less about checking off boxes and more about creating a meaningful set of experiences that connect and build on each other to help you achieve goals and prepare for your future.
WHAT'S EXPECTED OF OUR STUDENTS
CHECK-IN WITH US
We want to know how you're doing so we can celebrate the good and work through the challenges. Come see us!
RESPECT OUR TIME
We make ourselves available during 30-minute appointments and 5-minute Drop-in visits, via email, phone, and Teams. In addition to advising students, we often carry a few other responsibilities. Please respect our time by making an appointment when you have a list of things to discuss or by using the Drop-in time to provide a quick update or ask a quick question.
Since your path through college is your own, we rely on you to come prepared to each meeting with some ideas, questions, suggestions, and thoughtful contributions on what you want to accomplish.