College of Education Academic Advisors

The College of Education has four full-time professional academic advisors to help you navigate all aspects of your undergraduate academic journey, including preadvisement for prospective new students all the way through degree completion for current students.

You can expect us to be knowledgeable in:

  • Degree requirements & progress towards graduation
  • Class selection & enrollment
  • Academic & university policies
  • Campus & Academic resources

Undergraduate Programs We Advise For

  • Early Childhood Education
  • Elementary Education
  • Special Education
  • Health & Physical Education
  • Health & Human Performance
  • Psychology

Tahlequah Advisors

Broken Arrow Advisors

 

Find A Graduate Program Advisor

Alternative teaching Certification advisement

Secondary Education majors

Advisors for secondary education majors are located in the college where that major is housed.

College of Liberal Arts

  • Art Education
  • Cherokee Education
  • English Education
  • Music Education
  • Social Studies Education
  • Spanish Education

College of Science & Health Professions

  • Mathematics Education
  • Science Education

Find your Secondary Education Academic Advisor

 

TAHLEQUAH

Last Names A-J

Photo of Asami Toshima

Asami Toshima
asami@nsuok.edu
918-444-3011
Bagley Hall, Room 209, Tahlequah

Book Appointment: toshima.youcanbook.me

 

Last Names K-Z

Profile photo for Kacie Thompson

Kacie Thompson
thomps33@nsuok.edu
918-444-3572
Bagley Hall, Room 208, Tahlequah

Book Appointment: thomps33.youcanbook.me

 

BROKEN ARROW

Last Names A-J

Profile photo for Barbara Jones

James Rae
raej@nsuok.edu
918-449-6584
Education Building, Room 241, Broken Arrow

Book Appointment: raej.youcanbook.me

 

Last Names K-Z

Photo of Chelsea Pappas

Chelsea Pappas
wiard@nsuok.edu
918-449-6512
Education Building, Room 242A, Broken Arrow

Book Appointment: wiard.youcanbook.me

 

STUDENT RESPONSIBILITY

Students are responsible for adhering to all policies, procedures, and regulations of Northeastern State University, including the responsibility for meeting all graduation requirements and for checking their degree audit for accuracy. Advisors may not substitute, waive or exempt students from any established requirement or academic standard. While advisors make every effort to provide accurate and current information, all advising information regarding coursework, academic progress, and graduation is considered unofficial. The NSU Registrar’s office is the official and final authority for all program, degree, and graduation requirements.

For information about academic advising at NSU, visit the NSU Advising Center.

Download our campus app NSUOK