Determine Your Flight Path and Get Ready to Soar
Visit the Office of Academic Advising for the College of Human Sciences and Humanities for help in exploring and achieving your academic, career and personal goals. At University of Houston-Clear Lake, you'll find academic advisers who are cross-trained to advise in all College of Human Sciences and Humanities majors to ensure you get the information you need quickly and easily. Academic advisers are available to help you navigate the paths of UHCL by providing accurate and timely information, linking you to various campus resources and empowering you to understand your academic standing and the tools available to you.
Academic advisers are available by appointment only. Call 281-283-3333 or visit B1539 to schedule an appointment.
We want to provide you the necessary tools to succeed at UHCL.
If you are an undergraduate with under 54 credit hours, you should contact your academic adviser in the University Academic Advising Center. Once you have over 60 credit hours, you can then select your degree plan, and you will be assigned an adviser in the college.
If you are an incoming undergraduate transfer students entering your first semester at UHCL, you should contact Transfer Advising. You will be assigned an adviser who will help you adjust to life at UHCL, including the calculation of the number of credit hours you have transferred to UHCL, as this determines the next steps you should take.
We will assist you through the entire admissions process, because we want you here at UHCL! We'll also address any immigration matters you might experience at UHCL - whether you're a student or alumnus.
Additional Information for Graduate Students
Students pursuing a graduate degree in the College of Human Sciences and Humanities meet with assigned faculty advisers to receive academic advising. The program faculty advisers work closely with graduate students to align coursework and career goals while connecting students to important resources and experiential opportunities. Faculty advisers always work closely with graduate students in deciding which master's capstone experience is best for them as the culminating experience of their degree. Faculty advisers should be contacted directly for appointments. We do not make appointments for faculty. We are available to graduate students to assist you with various administrative processes of the university and your graduate program.
- Jason P. Barkemeyer M.Ed., coordinator of Academic Advising
Liaison: Arts & Design, Communication, Digital Media Studies
- Cruz Flores, senior academic advisor
Liaison: Exercise and Health Science, Fitness and Human Performance, History, Humanities, Literature, Social Work
- Vacant, academic advisor
Liaison: Behavior Analysis, Clinical Psychology, Family Therapy, Industrial-Organizational Psychology, Psychology, School Psychology, Women's Studies
- Vacant, academic advisor
Liaison: Anthropology, Behavioral Sciences-General, Criminology, Cross-Cultural and Global Studies, Geography, Public Service Leadership, Sociology