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Undergraduate Advising

The undergraduate adviser in Geography is Jessie Clark. Her office is located in Condon 107H. You may sign up for an appointment to speak with Dr. Clark via the online scheduling portal: http://geogadvising.uoregon.edu. If you cannot attend one of the designated meeting times, please contact her via email (geogadvr@uoregon.edu) or phone (541-346-5709). Questions about the major requirements, course schedules, track options, honors and thesis options, and geography scholarships should be directed here. It is recommended that all geography majors see the adviser upon entrance to the program. Prior to your advising meeting, please complete the following:

1. Review the major requirements

Read over the Major Checksheet front and back, including GPA minimum, track options, honors requirements, and minor/double major requirements. Be sure that you are aware of these requirements prior to your meeting.

2. Update the major checksheet

Complete or update your Geography Major Checksheet (below) with the courses you have taken or plan on taking. Please note that students entering the program beginning in the Fall 2012 term have a different checksheet. Bring this sheet with you to your advising meeting.

3. Review your Degree Audit Report

Review your Degree Audit Report on Duckweb to make sure that your personal checksheet matches university records. If there are any discrepancies or errors, bring a copy of this report to your meeting. For help in understanding how to read your Degree Audit, the General Advising Office has a useful YouTube video.

Declaring the Major/Making Major Changes

Add or make changes to your Geography major, minor or track
Fill out the interactive form, print, and sign and bring to the Geography Department office in 107 Condon or email an unsigned form to Sonja Anthone (santhone@uoregon.edu) with subject line “GEOG change”. The subject line must read exactly as stated above to ensure accurate receipt.

Major checklist (the “Green Sheet”) for planning your major.