We are happy to answer any questions you may have regarding your BSS education. In order for us to better assist you, please direct your questions to the correct party as listed below:
Your PRIM faculty advisor is ready to help! Their email link can be found at the top of DegreeWorks accessed through MyHilltop. Click here to see the video with Advising tips from a Faculty member.
Get advice from a BSS student about how to make the most of your advising relationship from your second year to graduation in this Behavioral and Social Sciences student video.
Click here for the Course Bulletins.
Well-informed Hilltoppers make for well-educated and empowered Hilltoppers! The task center will take you to the places you may complete various advising-related procedures and find personal advising-related information. Access the task center by clicking here.
Let a BSS Graduate Assistant share about how to best utilize your faculty advisor relationship by viewing our Grad Assistant’s video.
See more on why Behavioral and Social Sciences advising is special in our Advising Specialist’s video.
Lindsey Taucher advises Behavioral Neuroscience (NEUR), Criminal Justice (CRIJ), Criminology (CRIM), Psychology (PSYC), Social Work (SOCW), Sociology (SOCI) majors and minors; her hours are 7:30am to 2:30 pm with email advising in the evenings. Lindsey will be assisting students needing advising help for Environmental Science (ENSP), Global Studies (GLST), History (HIST), Political Science (POLS) majors and minors until August 1st, 2018, when a new Advising Specialist will take over responsibilities formerly held by Sarah Burkhart.
Make an appointment with a BSS advisor:
In the interim, find advising forms online.
Please contact the Office of the Registrar at 512-448-8747 or use the various links under Academic Information in MyHilltop.