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College of Behavioral & Social Sciences

Welcome to the College

Temporary Virtual Services

We are here for you! We may not physically be on campus, but we are present and ready to help with any questions you may have. We understand that during these uncertain times, sometimes all you need is a knowledgeable voice and proper direction. The College is thrilled to welcome you to the fall semester and though it may look different than you envisioned; faculty, student advisors, and staff have made every effort to make your collegiate experience, whether new or continuing, a rewarding and educational one.

All services are offered by email, phone, and even live Zoom conferencing. For the most responsive experience, please choose the service needed and the contact method provided:

Behavioral and Social Sciences majors needing class planning and registration assistance specific to your major, please contact Ashley Person ( or Cheryl Lugo (

For assistance specific to BSS Tutoring, please visit the BSS Student Success Center.

For assistance specific to General Education, contact Academic Advising Programs.

For assistance specific to Graduation, contact Graduation Advising.

For general College information, contact the Dean’s Office.

Go Wildcats! Together, We Will!

Mission Statement

The College of Behavioral and Social Sciences advances innovative and high-quality teaching and research to expand our understanding of behavioral, social, cultural, and environmental aspects of the human condition.  In collaboration with local, regional, and global communities, the College promotes student learning, ethical leadership, and responsible citizenship.

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Social Work

Butte Hall, Room 511

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Butte Hall, Room 615