The Watts College of Public Service and Community Solutions is committed to supporting your academic journey by emphasizing advising and mentoring to help you identify and achieve your goals. Our professional academic advising staff assists students in developing meaningful educational plans to meet their academic, career, and personal goals throughout their college experience. The advisors strive to perform their duties in a professional, ethical, confidential, accurate and supportive manner, respecting student diversity and needs and always holding the individual in the highest regard. You and your advisor should accomplish this process in a spirit of shared responsibility to develop academic excellence, strong decision-making skills and self-reliance.
Prospective student inquiries: firstname.lastname@example.org
The following categories of students are required to receive advising and be cleared by a program advisor before they may register for classes:
- all first year students
- readmitted students
- students on probation
- students who have been disqualified
- students with special admission status
- students with admission competency deficiencies
- transfer students in the first semester at ASU
Please contact your advisor in your field of study. All advising offices are listed below for all undergraduate and graduate students.
School of Community Resources and Development
Programs of study: Community Sports Management, Nonprofit Leadership & Management, Parks & Recreation Management, Tourism Development and Management, Conference and Event Planning, Sustainable Tourism, Nonprofit Studies, Community Resources and Development and Program Evaluation
Location: Downtown Phoenix campus, University Center (UCENT) 5th Floor, Suite 550
Advising Office Phone: (602)-496-1658
School of Criminology and Criminal Justice
Undergraduate programs of study: BS in Criminology & Criminal Justice, Certificate in Homeland Security, Certificate in Security Studies (downtown campus students only)
Graduate programs: MA and MS in Criminology and Criminal Justice, Law Enforcement Administration Graduate Certificate, Corrections Management Graduate Certificate
Location: Downtown Phoenix campus, University Center (UCENT) 6th Floor, Suite 600
Downtown campus students: (602)-496-1658 or email email@example.com
ASU Online/Ed Plus: (602)-496-1658 or email firstname.lastname@example.org
Graduate students: (602) 496-2356 or email email@example.com
School of Public Affairs
Programs of study: Public Service and Public Policy, Emergency Management, Urban and Metropolitan Studies, Public Administration, Public Policy
Location: Downtown Phoenix campus, University Center (UCENT) 4th Floor, Suite 400
School of Social Work
Programs of study: Social Work
Location: Downtown Phoenix campus, University Center (UCENT) 8th Floor, Suite 800
Advising Phone number: (602)-496-1658
Tucson based Social Work advising office: (520) 884-5507
Interdisciplinary Graduate Degree Programs
Programs of study: Master of Arts in Emergency Management and Homeland Security, Master of Public Safety Leadership and Administration, Master of Science in Program Evaluation.
Location: Chase Building, 33rd floor, 201 N. Central Ave.