Department of Africana Studies
Learn about temporary changes to Academic Advising while Covid-19 safety precautions are in place. Your advisors have not changed, but methods for making appointments and meeting have.
To declare Africana Studies as a major or minor complete the Major/Minor Declaration Form which is available at the AAS Administrative Office, or from Academic Advising.
To meet with an AAS advisor please stop by during faculty office hours or email the individual advisor to request an appointment.
Angela Rodriguez, M.A.
Academic Advisor & Retention Specialist
Anthropology, Sociology, Chicano/a Studies, & Africana Studies
Office Location: Central Building Room 304 M-F
To make an appointment please email firstname.lastname@example.org, call 303-605-7115, CLICK HERE, or go to your student hub, scroll to Academic Support, click Get Advising, and you can sign up for an appointment.
Dr. Douglas Mpondi
African History and African Politics, Research Methods in African Studies
Dr. Ella Maria Ray
Dr. Jacqueline McLeod
Comparative Black History