Advising

Language Advisors

Please check out our Summer Advising - AY 2022-2023 Guidelines for Language Placement.

Some advisors are working remotely this quarter. Please contact  via email to request meeting details for in-person or online advising. 

If you have questions about your placement into classes, please contact your language advisor for guidance.

Language Advisors, listed by Program
Program Advisor
Arabic

Shannon Dubenion-Smith
Chair, Modern & Classical Languages

Chinese Major/Minor

Shannon Dubenion-Smith
Chair, Modern & Classical Languages

Chinese Study Abroad Shannon Dubenion-Smith
​​​​​​​Chair, Modern & Classical Languages
East Asian Studies Massimiliano Tomasi
Professor of Japanese and East Asian Studies
French Major/Minor Shannon Dubenion-Smith
​​​​​​​Chair, Modern & Classical Languages
French Study Abroad Shannon Dubenion-Smith
​​​​​​​Chair, Modern & Classical Languages
German Major/Minor Shannon Dubenion-Smith
​​​​​​​Chair, Modern & Classical Languages
German Study Abroad Shannon Dubenion-Smith
Chair, Associate Professor of German & Linguistics
Japanese Major/Minor Shannon Dubenion-Smith
​​​​​​​Chair, Modern & Classical Languages
Japanese Study Abroad Shannon Dubenion-Smith
​​​​​​​Chair, Modern & Classical Languages
Latin American Studies Major/Minor Luis Gonzalo Portugal
Senior Instructor of Spanish
Latin/Greek/Classical Studies Shannon Dubenion-Smith
Chair, Associate Professor of German & Linguistics
Russian/Eurasian Edward Vajda
Professor of Russian
Spanish Major Joan Hoffman
Assistant Professor of Spanish
Spanish Minor Joan Hoffman
Assistant Professor of Spanish
Spanish Minor Joan Hoffman
Assistant Professor of Spanish
Spanish Study Abroad Joan Hoffman
Assistant Professor of Spanish
Spanish Teaching Endorsement Joan Hoffman
Assistant Professor of Spanish
World Language Endorsement (see advising note below) Shannon Dubenion-Smith
​​​​​​​Chair, Modern & Classical Languages

Advising Note

Students should meet with their respective language major advisor in order to have their language courses checked off on their Woodring evaluation form before meeting with the World Language Endorsement Advisor.