Comparative Literature majors need to meet regularly with the undergraduate adviser:
Prof. Kenneth Calhoon
315 Villard, 541-346-4060
Office Hours: Summer Term by appointment
Students should initiate meetings at least twice each year. Advising is critical when considering changes to the plan of study and at all the important thresholds of the major: declaring a major or minor, choosing focus fields, considering the Comparative Literature Honors Track, preparing for graduation, considering graduate study or employment, and so on. Prof. Calhoon is generally available for advising on any aspect of the major or undergraduate study. Other members of the department faculty will provide informal advising as needed.
Students should utilize the posted office hours whenever possible. When you are unable to attend regular office hours, please e-mail Prof. Calhoon to request an appointment.
Students are encouraged to review and update their Major Progress Form and to review their Degree Guide in DuckWeb prior to their advising appointments.
Planning to graduate
Students should talk to Prof. Calhoon when planning to graduate. He can determine whether the student will have completed the necessary course work.