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Department of Family and Consumer Studies Advisors:

 

Undergraduate Student Advising


jenny stout
Jenny Stout - Lead Advisor Family and Consumer Studies 

M,H,F Alfred Emery Building Room 232
T,W Gardener Commons 2455
jenny.stout@fcs.utah.edu

 Advisors who also support FCS Students:

Tricia Cook- Zach Franzoni- Taryn Horner- Maddi Olsen- Bethany Perkes

Walk-in advising available most Wednesdays in Garnder Commons 2455 from 1-3pm.

BOOK AN ADVISING APPOINTMENT 

If you are unable to come for an appointment in person please scroll down for phone appointment instructions.

Interested in learning about internships?


Make an appointment with our new CSBS Internship Coordinator! 

 Dominique Blanc

Internship Coordinator
(801) 587-7359
dominique.blanc@csbs.utah.edu

BOOK INTERNSHIP APPOINTMENT

 

 If you are a U of U student, always e-mail your advisor from your Umail account AND include your student ID#. This will ensure the fastest response from the advisor. 


IF YOU ARE UNABLE TO COME FOR AN APPOINTMENT IN PERSON:

If coming for an in person appointment is not possible then schedule a phone appointment. Phone appointments are not optimal for academic advising, but they are the best alternative we have.

  • To schedule the appointment start by checking the availability of the advisors above.
  • Select a day/time that you will be able to be at a computer and log into Campus Information Systems. 
  • When given the option choose "telephone" for the way you would like to meet for the appointment.
  • On the day/time of the appointment the academic advisor will call you, please be ready to take the call. 
  • To verify your Identity the advisor will ask you for your FERPA PIN. You must create a FERPA PIN BEFORE the appointment!  

 Instructions for how to create a FERPA PIN can be found here: https://advising.utah.edu/release-of-information/index.php

Our Mission

Our goal is to assist you in achieving your academic and career goals by helping you choose majors and minors and select appropriate courses.

  • Advise students regarding the requirements for each of the department majors.
  • Counsel students in class selection and course scheduling in order to effectively fulfill major and minor requirements.
  • Help students understand University and Department policies pertinent to their academic progress.
  • Discuss possible career paths related to students major.
  • Direct students to appropriate campus resources e.g. career and professional development center, financial aid and scholarship office, the writing center etc. 

Frequently Asked Questions

LINKS

Freshman Orientation 
Transfer Orientation
Current Class Schedule

Last Updated: 11/11/19