Spring Semester & Summer Advising for continuing students begins October 15.Lawrence Jenkens to find their advisor.
Most Studio BAs are advised by Dr. Heather Holian, Director of Undergarduate Studies for the Art Department. Dr. Holian will hold two Spring 2015 group advising sessions for Studio BAs. Advisees should have received an email informing them of which date they should attend.
In order to receive their spring advising code advisees must attend one of these sessions.
If a student has class or work during her and his scheduled group session that student is encouraged to email Dr. Holian to make other advising arrangements during Dr. Holian's office hours (see below).
Meeting #1 Friday, October 17 2:00-3:30 Weatherspoon 103--this meeting is for those students who entered UNCG this Fall (2014) or were reinstated as active students this Fall.
Meeting #2 Tuesday, October 21 3:30-5:00 Weatherspoon 103--this meeting is for those students who entered UNCG before Fall 2014.
Students with special advising questions may make an appointment via email to see Dr. Holian during her office hours, M or W 3:30-5:00 in Weatherspoon 229.
When do I register for Spring 2015?
Spring 2015 registration begins at 12:00 a.m. October 28.
Students may look up their advising window on Genie by following these steps:
All Sophomore, Junior, and Senior BFAs and Art History BAs are advised by individual faculty advisors in the Art Department. Log in to UNCGenie to find the name of your advisor, to check the course catalogue, or to find your current course schedule.
For course lists and recommended schedules of courses for the various concentrations within the Art Department, see the individual pages for those programs:
The Art Department uses Apple Macintosh computers almost exclusively; keep this in mind when buying a computer. Windows and Linux users may have some compatibility issues with the computers in our digital design and photography studios, though they are acceptable. Laptops are recommended for most students due to their portability and versatility. For students that plan to do more graphically intense work, a desktop computer may make sense. If you are interested in buying an Apple Macintosh computer please visit the Apple education store.