A message from the CS advisors:
As your advisors, we want to be clear with our students that we are committed to creating an inclusive, equitable, and safe environment for our campus community. We value our students’ identities and recognize the racist and oppressive systems in higher education that create challenges and pain that conflict with our commitment to our students. As advisors, we stand in solidarity with our students as we all tackle racist systems that create barriers to accessing a quality and safe educational environment.
We remain committed to evaluating ourselves, our privilege, and our advising practices to improve the student experience in the Computer Sciences Department and at UW-Madison. As part of our actions to dismantle oppressive systems, we are committed to providing our students a space to share their experiences, to be heard, and to be helped to the best of our ability. Our advising goes beyond just answering academic questions. We want you to know: We support you. You belong. You matter.
– Shelby, C-M, Kayla, Michael and Allison
From May 19-August 11th, CS Student Service staff will be only available remotely on Fridays and can be reached by emailing firstname.lastname@example.org.
Computer Sciences Academic Advising
Undergraduate Academic Advisors are located on the 4th floor of tower #2. When entering the Computer Sciences building from Dayton Street, immediately turn left. You will go through two sets of double doors and come to the elevator for tower #2.
CS Majors: Students can find their assigned advisor in the Academic Navigator via their MyUW portal. Sign up for appointments in the Starfish app in MyUW. Appointments are being held in either in person OR virtually; check Starfish for details.
Current UW Undeclared Students: Undeclared students are welcome to make an appointment with any of the five CS Undergraduate Academic Advisors. Sign up for appointments in the Starfish app in MyUW. Appointments are being held either in person OR virtually; check Starfish for details. Appointments for undeclared students may be limited during peak times.
Quick Questions: If a student has a quick question, email@example.com is a great resource. You can expect a response within one business day.
Enrollment issues/course permissions: Email firstname.lastname@example.org. If you are requesting course access or changes to enrollment, please include your student ID number in your email. Courses above CS 400 are typically reserved for students officially declared in a Comp Sci program. Undeclared students will need to wait until this restriction is lifted to be able to enroll/waitlist. This restriction is applied through Sophomore enrollment.
Areas of Expertise
Shelby Arkin, C-M Daeley, Kayla Lentz, Michael Radloff, Allison Wanger
Reasons to meet with an Academic Advisor:
Computer Sciences requirements and course selection
L&S requirements and policies
Honors in the major
Other personal concerns
Faculty Advisor – Office hours by appointment
Mouna Ayari Ben Hadj Kacem – email@example.com
Michael Doescher – firstname.lastname@example.org
Mohit Gupta – email@example.com
Paris Koutris – firstname.lastname@example.org
Reasons to meet with a Faculty Advisor:
Specializations in the field
Graduate school for CS
Research in CS