Computer Sciences advisors are available for current UW students who are declared in the Computer Sciences major or certificate via drop-ins, scheduled appointments, and email (firstname.lastname@example.org).
Currently, we do not have the capacity to meet with pre-declared students in-person. Pre-declared students can find their assigned advisor here and are also welcome to email us (email@example.com) with quick, CS-related questions.
Drop-in advising sessions are perfect for quick conversations on topics such as scheduling issues, courses for an upcoming semester, ISS forms, etc. Drop-ins are available on a first-come, first-served basis, therefore, it is recommended to arrive early to advising hours, as space may fill.
NEW THIS FALL: Drop-in advising availability for declared CS students can be viewed by clicking on each advisors’ individual profile in Starfish.
Advising appointments are perfect for longer conversations on topics such as long-term academic planning, academic concerns, study abroad, etc. Appointments are for declared CS students only and can be scheduled via your MyUW Starfish app.
Room 5394, Computer Sciences Building
Brittany joined the department in February 2018. Previously, she worked on campus as a freshman admissions counselor. She holds a bachelor’s degree in psychology and a master’s degree in educational leadership and policy analysis, both from UW–Madison. As a student, Brittany worked as a peer advisor and graduate project assistant in the College of Letters & Science, where she advised pre-declared L&S students. During that time, Brittany earned a campuswide award for Excellence in Peer Advising.
Room 5385, Computer Sciences Building
Prior to joining the Computer Sciences department, Madeline worked with transfer students in UW–Madison’s College of Letters & Science. Madeline earned a bachelor’s of science with a major in psychology from the University of Wisconsin–Oshkosh and a master’s in social work from UW–Madison.
Madeline is currently on extended leave and will return in November.
Room 5390, Computer Sciences Building
Mollie began in October 2017 and enjoys working closely with students on their graduation plans and how to be successful in college. She holds a bachelor’s degree in communication studies and French and a master’s in management. She is a certified Global Career Development Facilitator. Mollie comes to UW–Madison with a long history in higher education and working directly with students.
Areas of Expertise
Computer Sciences requirements and course selection
L&S requirements and policies
Honors in the major
Other personal concerns
Specializations in the field
Graduate school for CS
Research in CS
Professor Albarghouthi will hold weekly drop-in advising from 1:00-2:00pm on Thursdays in 6363 Computer Sciences (6th floor). These meetings are available on a first-come, first-served basis.