Meet Our Advisers
Something I wish would come back into style: '90s boy bands. Maybe I am just wishing for N’SYNC to get back together.
One meal for the rest of my life: Bibimbap
My advice to students: PLAN AHEAD! Don’t wait until the last minute to register for classes, talk to an instructor or complete your homework. It's so much easier to get things done or have a solid plan so you don’t have to worry.
Meeting with your adviser should be on your to-do list each and every semester. We can ensure that you stay on track for graduation if you regularly meet with us to discuss your plans, interests and goals. Schedule an appointment in MyPLAN or come in during Walk-in Wednesdays. We are happy to help you!
Fall and Spring Semesters
Schedule an appointment through Canvas for Monday, Tuesday, Thursday or Friday.
Walk-in Wednesday hours: 8 a.m.- noon and 1-4 p.m. (Subject to change depending on adviser availability).
By appointment only. Please schedule an appointment using MyPLAN, by calling 402-472-3074, or by emailing Andrea at firstname.lastname@example.org.
The CoJMC advisers truly care about each individual student. They're focused on the students’ success in and out of the classroom. Garrett Kallhoff CoJMC student
CoJMC advising is personal and productive. Your adviser wants you to succeed and will go out of her way to help you. Switching majors felt like a breeze because of how willing my adviser was to help me and get me on the right track to what I want in my future. Emma Thomas CoJMC student
My adviser actually knows who I am. She knows my goals and passions and wants to help me get there. Emma Thomas CoJMC student
The 4-year plan my adviser and I made freshman year, along with my degree audit, helped me stay on track for my academic career. Linsey Armstrong CoJMC student
My class planning advice for incoming students is to figure out what you want out of your career, then go see your adviser and ask what type of courses, minors and concentrations would work for that future. Also, try and get the required courses and ACE courses out of the way as soon as possible, that way you aren't stuck taking courses you aren't really into your senior year. Anna Owens CoJMC student
My advice for incoming students would be to build a relationship with your adviser and at least one other faculty member. This way you always have someone in your corner. It doesn't matter if you're freaking out before a test or unsure about your major and what classes you'd like to take. They will always have your back. Sydny Boyd CoJMC student
The CoJMC advisers have made my life MUCH less stressful when it comes to preparing for coming semesters. They know their stuff and are very happy to help navigate students through the endless sea of classes. Jordan Snader CoJMC student
To incoming students, I would say that your plan coming into college is most likely going to change and that's OK. Knock out your classes that are required early so you can cruise when your senior year comes. Garrett Kallhoff CoJMC student
CoJMC advisers helped me plan out my college career and have made me feel confident that I know where I am going. Rachel Quint CoJMC student
The Undergraduate Bulletin contains the specific curricular information and requirements for a specific year, including course descriptions and academic policies. Know what year’s bulletin you are following for the most accurate understanding of your degree requirements.
MyRED is UNL's student information system portal. You can use MyRed to manage your course schedule and grading options, monitor student accounts and holds and view your unofficial transcript.
Use your degree audit in conjunction with the Undergraduate Bulletin and regular meetings with your academic adviser to assess your progress toward a UNL degree including general education, major and minor requirements. Select the “Records” tab in MyRED to access your degree audit.