Students are often unsure of the path to take toward a college degree.
The College of Arts & Sciences created its Advising Center to help those students explore their options and point them in the right direction.
If you're not ready to declare a major, our staff can put you on a broad path of study and guide you toward a more narrow focus.
Along the way, we offer advice in registration, general education requirements, course selection and transfer credit as well as possible majors.
To learn more, go to our List of Services page.
*All Arts & Sciences Majors are in Degree Seeking Status.
University Center Suite 210
See our staff directory below for complete contact information.
Assistant Dean and Director of Advising
University Center 216E
Ms. Racke works closely with the dean on numerous college initiatives, especially those concerning student services. She directs the advising center, coordinates the A&S student orientation programs, and serves as a liaison to departmental chairs. Ms. Racke serves as a problem solver and directs the enrollment management for the College. She specializes in working with students who experience difficulties in progressing through their educational plans. Ms. Racke is a Senior Master Advisor and was awarded the Outstanding Academic Advisor Award in 2009.
Ms. Racke graduated from NKU in 1993 with her bachelor’s degree in Biology and graduated with a Master of Natural Science in 1996 from Southeast Missouri State University.
University Center suite 210
Tiffany is an Advising Specialist in the College of Arts & Sciences Advising Center. She is a Master Advisor and specializes in working with Undeclared A&S students. She graduated with a Master of Arts in Public History in 2015, Bachelor of Organizational Studies in 1995, and Associate of Applied Science in Aviation Administration in 1994. She started working at NKU as an Academic Coordinator for the Department of Chemistry in 2007 before becoming an advisor in the Assistant Dean’s office in 2013.
She loves helping students succeed in choosing a program that will lead to their future career path.
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