While your faculty and academic advisors are the most important sources of information as you develop your 4-year degree plan, this site was created to give you additional information.
Your Academic Advisors in ARCC are Signe Matson (firstname.lastname@example.org) and Linda Carlson (email@example.com) or you can contact them at 715-836-3487.
IMPORTANT ITEMS TO CHECK IN YOUR DEGREE AUDIT:
1. At least 12 credits in the major must be earned at the 300-400 level (required courses may count towards this requirement).
2. Students must complete 120 credits in order to complete their degree.
3. Students must complete 39 upper division credits.
Spring 2022 Schedule:
Rose-Marie Avin schedule
WGSS 496: Tu/Th, 12:30—1:45pm (cap:15 students)
Kong Pha schedule
HMNG 130: M/W, 2-3:15pm (cap:35 students)
HMNG 130: M/W, 3:30-4:45pm (cap: 35 students)
WGSS 100: Tu/Th, 9:30-10:45 (cap: 35 students)
HMNG 391: Tu/Th, 11-12:15pm (cap: 15 students)
Rae Langes schedule
WGSS 100: Tu/Th 2 – 3:15pm (cap: 35 students)
WGSS 100: Tu/Th 3:30 – 4:45pm (cap: 35 students)
WGSS 406: Tu/Th 5-6:15pm (cap: 15 students)
Josephine Kipgen schedule
WGSS 100: MWF: 11-11:50pm (cap: 35 students)
WGSS 100: M/W/F: 2-2:50pm (cap: 35 students)
WGSS 300: Tu/Th: 11-12:15 (cap: 20 students)
WGSS 335: Tu/Th: 2-3:15pm (cap: 20 students)
IMPORTANT INFORMATION ABOUT WGSS 496 – CAPSTONE: SOCIAL JUSTICE PRACTICUM
In WGSS 496, you will apply the theoretical frameworks you learn in the classroom to real-life work and activist situations. Through this Capstone seminar, you will participate in a 7-10 week externship experience. You will gain experience working with community non-profit agencies such as Planned Parenthood, the AIDS Resource Center of Wisconsin (ARCW), Family Support Center, Ex-Incarcerated People Organizing (EXPO), Lutheran Social Services, and Western Dairyland, to name just a few.
Job Search Information
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