History Department Undergraduate Advising

The History Department undergraduate program coordinator advises students in the following majors and minors: history, classical studies, East Asian studies (minor only), and Jewish studies.


Schedule an Appointment

How to Schedule an Appointment

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To comply with the statewide stay at home order, and to ensure the health and safety of the entire UCSC community, History Department undergraduate advising will be offered remotely until further notice.

Advising Appointments on Zoom

You may schedule a 20 minute Zoom advising appointment on Slug Success. Once you schedule your appointment you will receive an email that includes a link for your Zoom appointment.

Important Information for Scheduling an Appointment Using Slug Success

In the "Additional Details" section, be sure to include a detailed explanation about why you're scheduling an advising appointment.

You may receive an email containing instructions for tasks you're expected to complete in preparation for your appointment. Check your UCSC email regularly in advance of your advising appointment for instructions.

If you are not currently proposed or declared in one of the three majors that are advised by the History Department (history, classical studies, or Jewish studies), but are considering declaring a History Department major or minor, please select the "Major/Minor Information and/or Support” appointment reason when scheduling your appointment.

If you are declared in a History Department minor, select the "Major/Minor Information and/or Support” appointment reason when scheduling your appointment.

Email Advising

You are welcome to email your questions to historyundergrad@ucsc.edu. Please use your UCSC email address and include your full name and student ID number. Please allow 3-5 business days for a response.



Stephanie Sawyer

Stephanie Sawyer, Undergraduate Program Coordinator

Academic advising is an important part of your undergraduate education. The History Department undergraduate adviser, Stephanie Sawyer, can help you clarify your educational goals, select classes that complement your academic interests and develop an individualized plan of study. She can also help you identify faculty mentors and enrichment opportunities within and related to your chosen program of study. Stephanie has been an adviser for the History Department for the past thirteen years.

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