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Advising

Brittany SundellMs. Brittany Sundell now advises lower division students in Criminal Justice and Political Science.

You may schedule an appointment with her by going to brittanysundell.youcanbook.me , or you can email her at brittanysundell@boisestate.edu

Ms. Sundell’s office is located in Library #172. Enter on the West side of the Library by the Criminal Justice Department doors and follow the signs for School of Public Service Academic Advising.


Academic and career advising are important parts of Boise State University’s commitment to your education. Advising involves both advancing your growth as a student and providing you with accurate information about degree programs, courses, resources, college policies, and career opportunities. Our objective is to partner with you to help you reach your educational goals. Academic and career advising helps you:

  • Become well informed about policies and procedures, curricular options and academic program requirements.
  • Clearly define your educational objectives.
  • Plan programs that include your interests, abilities, and career goals.
  • Make full use of the resources available at Boise State University.

Boise State University is committed to providing high quality academic and career advising to students in all academic programs. Attaining this goal requires that both advisors and students understand and embrace their respective roles in the advising process.

Boise State University recognizes academic career advising as an integral part of your educational experience. Based on your individual circumstances, personal development and academic interests, academic advising provides an opportunity to work with a professional expert who will guide you in educational decisions.

Get to know your advisor and let your advisor get to know you! It will be one of the most beneficial relationships you will develop on campus.

Considering a Change of Major?

A student seeking a baccalaureate degree must declare a major field of study by the time he/she is classified as a junior (58 credits).

If you are an undergraduate student pursuing an academic degree, you can view and change your major or minor on your My.BoiseState account via the “Change My Major” system. If you have applied for graduation, however, you cannot change your major or minor on My.BoiseState account. You must contact the Registrar’s office.

Considering a Complete Withdraw?

Visit the Office of the Dean of Students http://deanofstudents.boisestate.edu website.
From there, on the left navigation bar there are two links: