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Advising and Degree Requirements

Academic Advisors

Dan Mathews, Undergraduate Advisor

Dan earned a BS in Political Science from USU and earned teaching endorsements in English, ESL, and Political Science at Weber State University. He went on to teach high school English. Dan is a former attorney and has a JD degree from Gonzaga University. He advises students majoring in Political Science, Law and Constitutional Studies, and International Studies on general education and university requirements.

Location: Old Main Room 106 - USU campus map
Phone: 435-797-3883
E-mail: daniel.mathews@usu.edu

Hours:
Monday-Friday
Appointments are preferred, but walk-ins are welcome
9:00am to 12:00pm (last appointment scheduled to begin at 11:30)
1:00pm to 4:00pm (last appointment scheduled to begin at 3:30)


Scott Robinette, Graduation Coordinator

Scott reviews, approves, and tracks the graduation paperwork on behalf of the dean's office. He advises students of the graduation application process and helps them keep their paperwork on track for graduation. In general, Scott is the students' resource whenever a "dean's signature" is needed.

Location: Old Main Room 106 - USU campus map
Phone: 435-797-1198
E-mail: scott.robinette@usu.edu

Hours:
Tuesday, Wednesday and Friday
Appointments are preferred, walk-ins are welcome
9:00am to 12:00pm (last appointment scheduled to begin at 11:30)
1:00pm to 5:00pm (last appointment scheduled to begin at 4:30)

Scott is not available on Mondays and Thursdays.



These links should help provide answers to any questions that you may have regarding general education and major requirements. If you have any further questions, please contact your advisor.

Resources

CHaSS Advising
General education requirements

Major requirements:
International Studies, BA
Law & Constitutional Studies, BA
Law & Constitutional Studies, BS
Political Science, BA
Political Science, BS

Minor requirements:
International Studies Minor
Political Science Minor
Political Science Teaching Minor