Advisors Sisouvanh Keopanapay and Kelli Laxson are available to help undergraduate students majoring—or planning to major—in criminal justice and criminology. Students are encouraged to come in for advising as soon as they know they want to major in criminal justice and criminology. Ms. Keopanapay and Ms. Laxson provide guidance that includes degree planning, course selection, satisfying UCORE (general graduation) requirements and course load management.
Ms. Keopanapay advises majors whose last names begin with letters M – Z and students seeking information about the internship program and internship credits. She may be reached via email at email@example.com, by phone at 509-335-1204, or in person at Johnson Tower 726 for advising.
Ms. Laxson advises majors whose last names begin with letters A – L, students minoring in Criminal Justice and students whose second major or second degree is Criminal Justice. She may be reached via email at firstname.lastname@example.org, by phone at 509-335-5467, or in person at Johnson Tower 701b for advising.
No appointment is necessary during office hours, except during pre-registration periods (beginning of October to mid-November and beginning of March to mid-April). During the pre-registration advising period, you will need to sign up for an appointment time to see an advisor. Appointment sign-up sheets for Ms. Keopanapay will be posted on a wall outside her office at Johnson Tower 726; appointment sign-up sheets for Ms. Laxson will be in a binder in Johnson Tower 701 during those advising periods.
Have over 70 credits? Apply for graduation ASAP! Please see the Department of Criminal Justice and Criminology in Johnson Tower 701.
Undergraduate Academic Advisors:
Kelli Laxson, Room 701b
(Students whose last name begins with letters: A — L; Criminal Justice is their 2nd major/2nd degree; Criminal Justice is their minor)
Sisouvanh (Sis) Keopanapay, Room 726
(Students whose last name begins with letters: M — Z; Students who have questions about Internship Credits)
- Transfer course information
- Junior Writing Portfolio
- Math Placement Exam
- Writing Placement Exam
- Understanding the UCORE
- General University Catalog (course descriptions, regulations, etc.)
- Schedule of Classes