Before scheduling an appointment, please follow the links below to find your assigned advisor. Have questions? Email CLASS Advising.
CLASS Academic Advisors
Interim Director of CLASS Student Services
102 Anspach Hall
Email Daniel Segura
Daniel Segura has 23 years of experience fostering student success across the enrollment and student services spectrum. He sees his role as supporting the academic efforts of our faculty and staff to promote student development, learning and completion on the way to applying their learning in the careers and grad schools of their choice. As he has demonstrated applying his college majors in History and Spanish to all of his careers, the Liberal Arts and Social Science disciplines provide a depth and breadth of skills relevant and useful in any workplace. His Liberal Arts and Social Science majors provided skills in critical thinking, language usage and understanding, writing, research, global perspectives, information literacy and interpersonal communication- among many others.
Anspach Hall 114B
Email Josh Adams
Josh Adams is a former fixed-term faculty member in CLASS’s English Language Institute. He has lived and studied in South Korea and he is published in the field of North Korean English Education. Josh loves D&D, Korean BBQ, and helping students find their path towards graduation.
Anspach Hall 118
Email Darcy Beavan
All people are on a path to learning; working with those who are intentional about it is one of my greatest privileges. I've worked with students in Admissions, Adult Education and as a Success Coach here at Central Michigan University. The simple fact that someone is a "student," opens the door to meet them where they are, explore where they want to go and walk alongside them as they craft their unique way.
Anspach Hall 119
Email Izzy Castellon
Izzy has 10+ years experience working at CMU as an advisor to global students. He earned a BS and MPA at CMU. Being a first-generation college student and having worked full-time while pursuing both degrees, he understands the importance of balance between family, work and school. He looks forward to connecting with students on a holistic level!
Anspach Hall 115A
Email Liz Daum
Liz completed her Bachelor of Social Work degree from CMU and is currently working on a Master of Arts in Higher Education Administration. She brings experience as a Success Coach, helping students dream of their possibilities while co-creating action plans to work toward their goals. She is a fierce advocate for students and is excited to continue supporting students’ journeys toward a degree.
Anspach Hall 115B
Email Alfred Harper
Alfred Harper is a graduate of Central State University (B.S in Business Administration) and Wright State University (M.Ed in Student Affairs in Higher Education). He is originally from Cleveland, Ohio and enjoys nature walks and hiking. As a passion, he enjoys helping students identify their purpose and guiding them to see how their career and purpose align with each other.
Signing your Major or Minor
- Contact the appropriate faculty member or department (see below).
- Visit them during office hours or schedule a meeting.
- After you sign your major: Faculty advisors keep a copy, you keep a copy, and the original can either be campus mailed to the Registrar’s Office or you can drop it off yourself (Warriner 212).
- Check Degree Progress (formerly Advising Workbench) in the days following to confirm your major or minor was entered correctly.
Follow the links below to determine your advisors for signing undergraduate majors or minors in the following programs:
- Cultural and Global Studies Program
- Department of English Language and Literature
- Department of History
- Department of Military Science and Leadership
- Museum Studies Program
- Department of Philosophy and Religion
- Department of Political Science and Public Administration
- Department of Psychology
- Department of Sociology, Anthropology and Social Work
- Sustainability and Environmental Policy Program
- Women and Gender Studies Program
- Department of World Languages and Cultures