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Campus Advisers

As a student, it is important to meet with your assigned adviser. You have been assigned to a specific adviser based on your current college and your academic goals. Your adviser is usually the best first step with any academic questions you have. They will also help you explore majors and careers in a specific college. You should meet with your assigned adviser at least once per semester to discuss scheduling your courses and your major goals. By not working with your adviser, you run the risk of choosing classes that will not count toward your major, getting out of sequence with prerequisites for future courses, or missing Entrance-To-Major requirements.

To find your assigned adviser, to go eLion and click on Adviser Information on the left hand navigation bar. If you have a simple advising question or issue (one that requires no more than 10 minutes to answer or resolve), you can stop by the advising offices to see if a DUS Advisor has walk-in availability. DUS Advising Offices are located in Rooms 148, 150, 153, and 154.

Campus Program Coordinators

Campus Program Coordinators are responsible for majors that can be completed at an individual campus. The most common reason for contacting a Campus Program Coordinator, if they are not a student’s assigned adviser, is to have transfer credits reviewed and substituted for degree requirements in the specific majors they coordinate.

Campus College Contact and Referral Representatives (CCRR)

Students are encouraged to work closely with their academic advisers throughout their enrollment at Penn State. If you want information about a program at another campus or outside your adviser's area of expertise, you are encouraged to talk with a college representative knowledgeable about that program.

The individuals listed below are located here at the Lehigh Valley campus and they can provide current advising information about requirements for specific college's majors. Students should work with these individuals if they are considering changing their major goals to a major in each respective college.
  • AGRICULTURAL SCIENCE
    Dr. Karen Kackley
    kek18@psu.edu
    610-285-5278
  • ARTS AND ARCHITECTURE
    Ann Lalik
    aal13@psu.edu
    610-285-5261
  • COMMUNICATION
    Sandy Kile
    apk3@psu.edu
    610-285-5234
  • DIVISION OF UNDERGRADUATE STUDIES/UNIVERSITY COLLEGE/CAMPUS COLLEGES
    Anna Eichner
    ame20@psu.edu
    610-285-5268
  • EARTH AND MINERAL SCIENCES
    Dr. Todd Retzlaff
    retzlaff@psu.edu
    610-285-5104
  • EDUCATION
    Dr. Debra Miller
    dzm14@psu.edu
    610-285-5108
  • ENGINEERING
    Dr. Hal Scholz
    hns12@psu.edu
    610-285-5279
  • HEALTH AND HUMAN DEVELOPMENT
    Dr. Doug Hochstetler
    dxh174@psu.edu
    610-285-5215
  • INFORMATION SCIENCES AND TECHNOLOGY
    Dr. Carolina McCluskey
    cpsm@psu.edu
    610-285-5117
  • THE LIBERAL ARTS
    Dr. Kevin Kelley
    kjk13@psu.edu
    610-285-5062
  • SCIENCE
    Dr. Roger Egolf
    rae4@psu.edu
    610-285-5110
  • SMEAL COLLEGE OF BUSINESS
    Dr. Denise Ogden
    dto2@psu.edu
    610-285-5156