Anthropology Advising

Undergraduate Coordinator: Dr. John Krigbaum

Office: 1350A Turlington Hall

Anthropology students can use the eight semester model to learn more about their degree requirements and come up with a plan to complete coursework for the major. Students might request an appointment with the Undergraduate Coordinator to discuss topics including (but not limited to) their degree plan, major or minor requirements, transfer credits, difficulties in completing the semester, graduation, study abroad, internships, or future plans. Advising appointment requests should be submitted using the form at the bottom of the page. 

Academic Advising at UF

The Academic Advising Center (AAC) serves all CLAS students and is the place to go for information about non-anthropology requirements for your Bachelor’s degree. The AAC advisors are professionally trained and can assist with interpreting your degree audit and can advise on your ‘program plan’ with respect to majors/minors/certificates, etc. For more information on general UF academic advising, please go to the Academic Advising Center at UF.


Need to Schedule an Appointment with the Undergraduate Coordinator?

Dr. Krigbaum has limited appointment availability during the 2017 Summer semester. It is recommended that non-essential advising appointments wait until the Fall semester when regular advising appointments are available. Students can email the Undergraduate Coordinator at undergrad-advising@anthro.ufl.edu with further questions.

Undergraduate Advising Appointment Form

  • Please keep in mind that dates and times selected are requests, not scheduled meetings. The Undergraduate Advisor will contact you to formally schedule an advising appointment based on your request.