Advising changes related to COVID-19
- Advising will continue to be offered remotely until otherwise noted.
- Advisors are prepared to offer advising via phone, email, or video platforms. When you schedule an appointment with your advisor, the “notes” will explain the method of advising your assigned advisor will use.
- Appointments are on a 30 day rolling basis. Please do not email the advisor for an appointment. All appointments must be scheduled via Navigate. Even working remotely, we experience peak advising times. Please check Navigate each day when searching for an appointment. If a student cancels, you may be able to take a slot earlier than anticipated.
- If you have questions unrelated to your degree plan you may contact firstname.lastname@example.org for additional assistance.
Scheduling an appointment
- Schedule your advising appointment using the Navigate app. You may access Navigate on a personal computer by logging in to AccessUH and clicking on the EAB Navigate icon. If you have the Navigate app on your phone, you may schedule an appointment that way as well.
- To schedule an appointment, use the location code EDUC – Education Online/Remote Appointments
- Prepare for your appointment by having any questions written down. Putting in the reason for your visit when scheduling your appointment will help your advisor prepare.
- If you find you are unable to keep your appointment, please cancel via Navigate to free up that space for another student.
- Allow the advisor sufficient time to contact you for your appointment. While advisors strive to remain on time, there are times when a previous appointment may take longer than expected.
Advisors’ schedules by program
Teaching and Learning Major or Education Minor
Students with last names beginning with A-Ce and P-Z
- Advisor: Anitra Wright
Students with last names beginning with Cf-O
- Advisor: Kaitlyn Dempsey
UH at Sugar Land students; all names
The College of Education partners with UH at Sugar Land to offer courses for the undergraduate teaching and tearning program, specifically for those pursuing the early childhood through 6th grade generalist certification. For questions, please contact the teaching and learning advisor responsible for your name listed above.
Future high school, art or music teachers
If you plan to teach at the high school level or teach art or music, you must major in the subject you want to teach and, in most cases, minor in education. You also must complete the College of Education’s teacher education program. Start the process by talking to the advisor in the department of your major (e.g. English or math, etc.) or an education minor advisor.
Health Major or Minor
Students with last names beginning with A-H
- Advisor: Sade Orebiyi
Students with last names beginning wIith I-Og
- Advisor: Meggan Gittens
Students with last names beginning with Oh-Z
- Advisor: Raymond “Marshall” Miller
- Advisor: Greta Ralston
Human Development and Family Studies (HDFS) Minor
Asian American Studies Minor
Special Populations Minor
- Advisor: Ana Morales
- Student Success Coach: Laura Lee
- Appointments: Schedule an appointment via Navigate. Choose the EDUC location and Student Success Coach for the service.
- Services: The student success coach provides guidance, motivation and resources to students who need extra support. She also works with students on academic warning, probation or suspension. In addition, she can help with basic needs such as a shortage of food, homelessness, counseling referrals and more.
- Need immediate assistance with food? Need other help but not sure whom to ask? Email Laura Lee at email@example.com.