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Dr. Jill Neitzel
Dr. Jill Neitzel107 Munroe Hallneitzel@udel.edu302-831-8755
Answers to questions can be obtained by sending Professor Neitzel an email at email@example.com. You can also email her to schedule a Zoom meeting. All email correspondence should include ADVISING in the subject line and include relevant previous emails concerning the issue being addressed in the current message.
Prior to meeting with Professor Neitzel, students should print their unofficial transcript from UDSIS and use it to complete the appropriate checklists that can be found on the Department of Anthropology's advising webpage.
Fall and Spring Registration
Each semester, approximately 1-2 weeks prior to course registration, Professor Neitzel schedules a group meeting for all anthropology majors and minors to review the graduation requirements of the University, the College of Arts and Sciences, and the Anthropology Department. She informs them about which anthropology courses will be offered in the next term. After the group meeting, Professor Neitzel posts a sign-up sheet for students to schedule individual, one-on-one meetings to discuss their progress towards graduation.
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