Advising & Admissions

Undergraduate Students

The Student Services Office is staffed with full-time advisors to help students with all academic concerns such as registration and scheduling of classes, withdrawals, overload requests, academic planning, curriculum requirements, grade issues, professional and graduate school preparation, and graduation checks.

We can also help you get a head start on your career by visiting with our Career Counselor who is available to current students and alumni through Career Services and can assist with career assessments, resume writing, cover letters, mock interviews, and career fair preparation.

If you are a prospective undergraduate student looking for help with admissions, please visit the SHSU Admissions Page for more information.

We Have Moved

Academic advising for undergratuate students has moved to the SAM Center (CHSS Room 170 & 190). Please review the following links for instruction on how to make an appointment with the SAM Center.

Graduate Students

The College of Criminal Justice offers a wide variety of graduate programs in three disciplines: The Department of Criminal Justice and Criminology, the Department of Forensic Science and The Department of Security Studies. To learn about admission requirements or address questions about our Master and Ph.D. programs, contact the appropriate advisor: