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When you join the School of Communication, you are assigned two advisors: a professional academic advisor in the College of Liberal Arts Office of Student Services and a faculty mentor in the SOC. Their names and contact information appear on your advisor page on the PeopleSoft student information site. If you can't find your advisors' names easily, contact a department staff assistant.

Your professional academic advisor assists with course planning and registration, provides information on degree requirements, directs you to campus resources for academic assistance, and helps out in numerous other ways to make sure you take the right classes, in the correct sequence, so you graduate on time.

Your faculty mentor provides "big-picture" advising about career development and planning, including information about research opportunities, graduate school, and jobs. He or she is in the best position to link your studies to your professional aspirations.

Meeting regularly with your advisors is essential to your success at RIT. They're here to help speed you toward graduation.