Advisors can help with the following:

  • Advisor signatures on add/drop and other university forms
  • Questions about course registration
  • Questions or problems with your degree audit
  • Academic planning and progress toward graduation
  • Academic probation
  • Review of study abroad courses for major credit
  • Opportunities for Honors students and information about departmental honors
  • Choosing a second area of study and other discussions regarding adding second majors, minors, and certificate programs
  • Information regarding campus resources for students
  • Other questions or concerns you may have

All first-semester students and students with less than 24 semester hours are advised in the Academic Advising Center. The center’s team of advisors specializes in transitioning students to academic and student life at Iowa, and help each student plan for a successful academic start at Iowa.

After completing 24 semester hours (s.h.) of credit with a declared major, students are advised by a professional staff advisor in Liberal Arts and Sciences. Academic advising questions for students with 24 semester hours or more can be directed to:

Shelby Kubik
Academic Advisor
336E Wendell Johnson Speech and Hearing Center
319-467-3117, Zoom

MyUI Appointment Scheduler

In their junior and senior years, Speech and Hearing Science majors are advised by departmental faculty members. For additional questions about undergraduate studies, contact:

Stewart McCauley, Ph.D.
Department of Communication Sciences and Disorders
Associate Professor / Director of Undergraduate Studies
121-A Wendell Johnson Speech and Hearing Center