What is academic advising?
Academic advising is a process in which students and academic advisors work together in order to achieve the student’s educational and personal goals. Typically in individual meetings, the student and the advisor collaborate to create a broad understanding of program/major requirements and university and DAAP policies and procedures, as well as to develop course schedules in order to fulfill degree requirements and student interests. Academic advisors can also identify additional campus and community resources as needed to enhance the student’s tenure, both personally and academically, at UC.
Who is my advisor?
The academic advisors in the DAAP Student Affairs office (5470 Aronoff) serve as your primary point of contact for academic and personal questions. They serve as key component your personal support system, working with you towards a successful and fulfilling program at UC.
Academic advisors are assigned to students based on academic area. You can schedulde an appointment with your advisor by using the Starfish application on Blackboard or by calling DAAP Student Affairs at 513.556.1376.
Mychael Dicks (firstname.lastname@example.org)
- Digital Design (last names A-K)
- Fashion Design (last names A-K)
- Graphic Communication Design (last names A-K)
- Graphic Design (last names A-K)
- Industrial Design (last names A-K)
Cassi Frank (email@example.com)
- Art History
- Fine Arts
- Urban Planning
- Urban Studies
Tiffany Leazer (firstname.lastname@example.org)
- Interior Design
Kate Petach (email@example.com)
- Digital Design (last names L-Z)
- Fashion Design (last names L-Z)
- Graphic Communication Design (last names L-Z)
- Graphic Design (last names L-Z)
- Industrial Design (last names L-Z)
Faculty advisors are also available based on academic areas. In general, faculty advisors can provide insight and expertise into career- and field- specific questions. Faculty advisors act as mentors and can recommend coursework or electives, and ideal skill development, based on individual career goals. You can find your faculty advisors online, or by calling your school office.
If you have questions specifically about co-op, please contact the Division of Professional Practice (513.556.0115).
Where can I find my curriculum?
Visit the Student Affairs page on DAAPspace to find the most updated curriculum for your major. Choose the year that you began in DAAP to find the curriculum that relates to you.