Undergraduate and Post Bachelor Student Advisor 

 

 

 

Faith Williams, M.A.

207 Rackham Memorial Building
csd_ugadvising@wayne.edu
313-577-8804

 

 

 

How to Schedule an Advising Appointment

There is a new system for Wayne State Univeristy Undergraduate and Post-Bachelor students to use in order to schedule advising appointments.

Students can access the link for step-by-step instructions: https://wayne.edu/advisingworks.

Please note that the online scheduling system is for Wayne State University students only. Prospective undergraduate and post-bachelor students outside of Wayne State University need to contact Ms. Faith Williams to schedule an appointment.


Note for Post Bachelor Program Students

Students who are interested in pursuing either the MA-SLP or AuD degree, but who currently hold a degree in an area other than Communication Sciences and Disorders, must complete the undergraduate prerequisites prior to applying for graduate studies.

These students should schedule an individual advising session before registering for classes.

Further information is available here: Post Bachelor Advising

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Graduate Student Advisors

Audiology

 
 

Dr. Mary Kassa, Au.D.

Office location: 207 Rackham Building
mkassa@wayne.edu, 313-577-3056
How to arrange an appointment: Email

  

Ph.D Advisor

 
Dr. Daniels

Dr. Derek Daniels, PhD, CCC-SLP

Office location: 202.2 Rackham Building
dedaniels@wayne.edu, 313-577-3339
How to arrange an appointment: Email me

 

 

Speech-Language
Pathology

 

Shelly Jo Kraft, Ph.D., CCC-SLP

Office location: 203.4 Rackham Memorial Building
kraft@wayne.edu, 313-577-3339
How to arrange an appointment: Email me

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Tracking Your Own Academic Progress

The university's STARS system provides immediate access to an unofficial copy of a student transcript and a degree audit system showing requirements for each academic program. 

STARS also allows students and their advisors to map out an individualized plan of work (POW), outlining the classes students will take toward their degree in a specified timeframe.

Visit stars.wayne.edu to log on, or for more detailed information on STARS and its components.

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