Office of Academic Advising and Student Success

Welcome to the Office of Academic Advising and Student Success for the College of Liberal Arts!

This office seeks to provide guidance and support as you make the transition from fledgling freshman to active and confident member of the college community. Visit the Office of Academic Advising and Student Success to learn about degree program requirements, university policies and procedures, and campus resources. You can also find workshops covering topics like information literacy,  research skills, writing styles, and strategies for college success.




Grace Fleming
Student Success Coordinator
Office: Solms Hall 109A

photo of Grace Fleming


Looking for Your Advisor?

All students must meet with an advisor at least once a semester to talk about progress toward degree completion.  But advisement is much more than course selection. You should see your advisor throughout the semester to talk about your hexperience in college and the things that are making your time at Armstrong great or challenging.

Grace Fleming advises many of the freshmen in the College of Liberal Arts, and works with them closely until they are ready to be advised within their program of study by a department head or a faculty member.

You may locate your advisor's name on your Permanent Student Record. This can be found in your Port of Armstrong account under My Records.

Looking for Help in a Class?

If you need help in any class, or if you are getting into academic trouble and you don't know where to turn, you should know that you have many options. 

You are certain to find help by reaching out to one of the resources above.

Degree Programs

Degree programs in the College of Liberal Arts provide a broad base of knowledge and the critical skills that will help you communicate effectively and remain intellectually curious as a member of the college community and throughout your adulthood. A liberal arts degree can lead to a career in government, law, business, research, publishing, public relations, marketing, writing, art, and much more. Explore the possibilities!

Art, Music & Theatre

Criminal Justice, Social & Political Science



Languages, Literature & Philosophy

Choosing a Minor

A college minor can enhance your qualifications and enable you to explore interesting courses and topics outside your major. Why not diversify your resume with a minor from the list below?

Ready to declare a minor? Fill out the form.

  • African American Studies
  • Art
  • Biology
  • Business
  • Chemistry
  • Criminal Justice
  • Crime, Transnational
  • Cyber Affairs and Security
  • Economics
  • Engineering Science
  • English
  • Environmental Studies
  • European Studies
  • Film
  • French
  • German
  • Gender and Women's Studies
  • History
  • Health Science
  • International Studies
  • Information Technology
  • Leadership Studies
  • Legal Studies
  • Linguistics
  • Mathematical Science
  • Mental Health
  • Military Science
  • Music
  • Naval Science
  • Neuroscience
  • Organizational Psychology
  • Philosophy
  • Physical Science
  • Applied Physics
  • Political Science
  • Psychology
  • Public History
  • Religious Studies
  • Sociology
  • Spanish
  • Statistics
  • Theatre
  • Writing

Helpful Hints

Resources for Success



Undergraduate Catalog pdf document