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Human Development and Education (HD&E) is committed to offering professional level advising services to our enrolled students. We feel it is important for you to seek academic advising frequently throughout your academic career.

Academic Advisors
Robert DirkConnie EggersDani Kvanvig-Bohnsack
Phone:  701-231-9848Phone:  (701) 231-9847 Phone:  701-231-9849


To make an appointment with Robert, Connie or Dani, please log into Student Success Collaborative (Preferred Browser:  Chrome) (your username and password are the same that you use to log into Blackboard and NDSU computer clusters): https://ndsu.campus.eab.com

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Robert advises: Dietetics, Physical Education; Health Education; Sport Management and Exercise Science

Connie advises:  Apparel, Retail Merchandising and Design; Hospitality and Tourism Management and can provide information for Interior DesignDani advises: Human Development and Family Science (HDFS); Elementary Education with HDFS; Social Work w/HDFS; Family and Consumer Science Education

Who advises for my program? Click and see!

Agricultural Education

Academic Advisors are assigned using various criteria across campus.  You can always obtain the name of your current Academic Advisor by accessing your “Student Center” page on Campus Connection. Your advisor’s information will be listed in the lower right blue box. 

Secondary Education at NDSU is a collaborative effort between the School of Education and the College housing the content area (Biological Science, Math, English, etc.). Students are advised in the content area until accepted into the School of Education. 

Your current advisor is listed in your “Student Center” page in Campus Connection.

Apparel, Retail Merchandising and Design

Academic Advisors are assigned using various criteria across campus.  You can always obtain the name of your current Academic Advisor by accessing your “Student Center” page on Campus Connection. Your advisor’s information will be listed in the lower right blue box.

Apparel and Textiles majors with fewer than 60 earned credit hours are advised by Connie Eggers

Apparel, Retail Merchandising & Design Minor

Advisors are assigned by major rather than minor. Connie Eggers is the contact person for information and guidance concerning this minor.

Art Education

Academic Advisors are assigned using various criteria across campus.  You can always obtain the name of your current Academic Advisor by accessing your “Student Center” page on Campus Connection. Your advisor’s information will be listed in the lower right blue box. 

Secondary Education at NDSU is a collaborative effort between the School of Education and the College housing the content area (Biological Science, Math, English, etc.). Students are advised in the content area until accepted into the School of Education. 

Your current advisor is listed in your “Student Center” page in Campus Connection.

Biological Sciences Education

Academic Advisors are assigned using various criteria across campus.  You can always obtain the name of your current Academic Advisor by accessing your “Student Center” page on Campus Connection. Your advisor’s information will be listed in the lower right blue box. 

Secondary Education at NDSU is a collaborative effort between the School of Education and the College housing the content area (Biological Science, Math, English, etc.). Students are advised in the content area until accepted into the School of Education. 

Your current advisor is listed in your “Student Center” page in Campus Connection.

Chemistry Education

Academic Advisors are assigned using various criteria across campus.  You can always obtain the name of your current Academic Advisor by accessing your “Student Center” page on Campus Connection. Your advisor’s information will be listed in the lower right blue box.  

Secondary Education at NDSU is a collaborative effort between the School of Education and the College housing the content area (Biological Science, Math, English, etc.). Students are advised in the content area until accepted into the School of Education. 

Your current advisor is listed in your “Student Center” page in Campus Connection.

Comprehensive Science Education

Academic Advisors are assigned using various criteria across campus.  You can always obtain the name of your current Academic Advisor by accessing your “Student Center” page on Campus Connection. Your advisor’s information will be listed in the lower right blue box. 

Secondary Education at NDSU is a collaborative effort between the School of Education and the College housing the content area (Biological Science, Math, English, etc.). Students are advised in the content area until accepted into the School of Education. 

Your current advisor is listed in your “Student Center” page in Campus Connection.

Dietetics

Academic Advisors are assigned using various criteria across campus.  You can always obtain the name of your current Academic Advisor by accessing your “Student Center” page on Campus Connection. Your advisor’s information will be listed in the lower right blue box. 

Dietetics majors with fewer than 60 earned credit hours are advised by Robert Dirk.

Earth Science Education

Academic Advisors are assigned using various criteria across campus.  You can always obtain the name of your current Academic Advisor by accessing your “Student Center” page on Campus Connection. Your advisor’s information will be listed in the lower right blue box. 

Secondary Education at NDSU is a collaborative effort between the School of Education and the College housing the content area (Biological Science, Math, English, etc.). Students are advised in the content area until accepted into the School of Education. 

Your current advisor is listed in your “Student Center” page in Campus Connection.

Elementary Education/Human Development Option

Academic Advisors are assigned using various criteria across campus.  You can always obtain the name of your current Academic Advisor by accessing your “Student Center” page on Campus Connection. Your advisor’s information will be listed in the lower right blue box. 

Elementary Education/Human Development majors with fewer than 60 earned credit hours are advised by Dani Kvanvig-Bohnsack.  

English Education

Academic Advisors are assigned using various criteria across campus.  You can always obtain the name of your current Academic Advisor by accessing your “Student Center” page on Campus Connection. Your advisor’s information will be listed in the lower right blue box. 

Secondary Education at NDSU is a collaborative effort between the School of Education and the College housing the content area (Biological Science, Math, English, etc.). Students are advised in the content area until accepted into the School of Education. 

Your current advisor is listed in your “Student Center” page in Campus Connection.

Exercise Science

Academic Advisors are assigned using various criteria across campus.  You can always obtain the name of your current Academic Advisor by accessing your “Student Center” page on Campus Connection. Your advisor’s information will be listed in the lower right blue box. 

Exercise Science majors with fewer than 60 earned credit hours are advised by Robert Dirk.

Extension Education Minor

Academic Advisors are assigned using various criteria across campus.  You can always obtain the name of your current Academic Advisor by accessing your “Student Center” page on Campus Connection. Your advisor’s information will be listed in the lower right blue box. 

Advisors are assigned by major rather than minor. 

Dani Kvanvig-Bohnsack is the contact person for information and guidance concerning this minor.

Family and Consumer Sciences Education

Academic Advisors are assigned using various criteria across campus.  You can always obtain the name of your current Academic Advisor by accessing your “Student Center” page on Campus Connection. Your advisor’s information will be listed in the lower right blue box. 

Secondary Education at NDSU is a collaborative effort between the School of Education and the College housing the content area (Biological Science, Math, English, etc.). Students are advised in the content area until accepted into the School of Education. 

Family and Consumer Science Education majors with fewer than 60 earned credit hours are advised by Dani Kvanvig-Bohnsack.

French Education

Academic Advisors are assigned using various criteria across campus.  You can always obtain the name of your current Academic Advisor by accessing your “Student Center” page on Campus Connection. Your advisor’s information will be listed in the lower right blue box. 

Secondary Education at NDSU is a collaborative effort between the School of Education and the College housing the content area (Biological Science, Math, English, etc.). Students are advised in the content area until accepted into the School of Education. 

Your current advisor is listed in your “Student Center” page in Campus Connection.

Gerontology Minor

A minor in Gerontology is sponsored through the College of Human Development and Education and the College of Arts, Humanities and Social Sciences. It provides students with an integrated understanding of the process of aging, aging services, and the aged in America. There are six basic areas of study. Students should follow the directions provided for each of the areas.

Advisors are assigned by major rather than minor.  Margaret Fitzgerald is the contact person for information and guidance concerning this minor.  

Health Education

Academic Advisors are assigned using various criteria across campus.  You can always obtain the name of your current Academic Advisor by accessing your “Student Center” page on Campus Connection. Your advisor’s information will be listed in the lower right blue box.  

Secondary Education at NDSU is a collaborative effort between the School of Education and the College housing the content area (Biological Science, Math, English, etc.). Students are advised in the content area until accepted into the School of Education.

Health Education majors with fewer than 60 earned credit hours are advised by Robert Dirk.

History Education

Academic Advisors are assigned using various criteria across campus.  You can always obtain the name of your current Academic Advisor by accessing your “Student Center” page on Campus Connection. Your advisor’s information will be listed in the lower right blue box.  

Secondary Education at NDSU is a collaborative effort between the School of Education and the College housing the content area (Biological Science, Math, English, etc.). Students are advised in the content area until accepted into the School of Education.

History Education majors with fewer than 60 earned credit hours are advised by Linda Fricker.

Hospitality & Tourism Management Major

Academic Advisors are assigned using various criteria across campus.  You can always obtain the name of your current Academic Advisor by accessing your “Student Center” page on Campus Connection. Your advisor’s information will be listed in the lower right blue box. 

Hospitality and Tourism Management majors with fewer than 60 earned credit hours are advised by Connie Eggers.  

Hospitality & Tourism Management Minor

Advisors are assigned by major rather than minor. Connie Eggers is the contact person for information and guidance concerning this minor.

Human Development & Family Science

Academic Advisors are assigned using various criteria across campus.  You can always obtain the name of your current Academic Advisor by accessing your “Student Center” page on Campus Connection. Your advisor’s information will be listed in the lower right blue box. 

Human Development and Family Science majors (Child or Family Science option) with fewer than 60 earned credit hours are advised by Dani Kvanvig-Bohnsack.  

Elementary Education/Human Development and Family Science Majors with fewer than 60 earned credit hours are advised by Dani Kvanvig-Bohnsack

Human Development & Family Science Minor

Academic Advisors are assigned using various criteria across campus.  You can always obtain the name of your current Academic Advisor by accessing your “Student Center” page on Campus Connection. Your advisor’s information will be listed in the lower right blue box. 

Advisors are assigned by major rather than minor.  Dani Kvanvig-Bohnsack is the contact person for information and guidance concerning this minor.

Interior Design

Academic Advisors are assigned using various criteria across campus.  You can always obtain the name of your current Academic Advisor by accessing your “Student Center” page on Campus Connection. Your advisor’s information will be listed in the lower right blue box. 

Math Education

Academic Advisors are assigned using various criteria across campus.  You can always obtain the name of your current Academic Advisor by accessing your “Student Center” page on Campus Connection. Your advisor’s information will be listed in the lower right blue box. 

Secondary Education at NDSU is a collaborative effort between the School of Education and the College housing the content area (Biological Science, Math, English, etc.). Students are advised in the content area until accepted into the School of Education. 

Your current advisor is listed in your “Student Center” page in Campus Connection.

Music Education

Academic Advisors are assigned using various criteria across campus.  You can always obtain the name of your current Academic Advisor by accessing your “Student Center” page on Campus Connection. Your advisor’s information will be listed in the lower right blue box. 

Secondary Education at NDSU is a collaborative effort between the School of Education and the College housing the content area (Biological Science, Math, English, etc.). Students are advised in the content area until accepted into the School of Education. 

Your current advisor is listed in your “Student Center” page in Campus Connection.

Physical Education Education (K-12)

Academic Advisors are assigned using various criteria across campus.  You can always obtain the name of your current Academic Advisor by accessing your “Student Center” page on Campus Connection. Your advisor’s information will be listed in the lower right blue box.  

Secondary Education at NDSU is a collaborative effort between the School of Education and the College housing the content area (Biological Science, Math, English, etc.). Students are advised in the content area until accepted into the School of Education.

Physical Education (K-12) majors with fewer than 60 earned credit hours are advised by Robert Dirk.

Physics Education

Academic Advisors are assigned using various criteria across campus.  You can always obtain the name of your current Academic Advisor by accessing your “Student Center” page on Campus Connection. Your advisor’s information will be listed in the lower right blue box. 

Secondary Education at NDSU is a collaborative effort between the School of Education and the College housing the content area (Biological Science, Math, English, etc.). Students are advised in the content area until accepted into the School of Education. 

Your current advisor is listed in your “Student Center” page in Campus Connection.

Social Science Education

Academic Advisors are assigned using various criteria across campus.  You can always obtain the name of your current Academic Advisor by accessing your “Student Center” page on Campus Connection. Your advisor’s information will be listed in the lower right blue box. 

Secondary Education at NDSU is a collaborative effort between the School of Education and the College housing the content area (Biological Science, Math, English, etc.). Students are advised in the content area until accepted into the School of Education. 

Your current advisor is listed in your “Student Center” page in Campus Connection.

Social Work/Human Development and Family Science

Academic Advisors are assigned using various criteria across campus.  You can always obtain the name of your current Academic Advisor by accessing your “Student Center” page on Campus Connection. Your advisor’s information will be listed in the lower right blue box. 

Social Work/Human Development and Family Science majors with fewer than 60 earned credit hours are advised by Dani Kvanvig-Bohnsack.  

Spanish Education

Academic Advisors are assigned using various criteria across campus.  You can always obtain the name of your current Academic Advisor by accessing your “Student Center” page on Campus Connection. Your advisor’s information will be listed in the lower right blue box.  

Secondary Education at NDSU is a collaborative effort between the School of Education and the College housing the content area (Biological Science, Math, English, etc.). Students are advised in the content area until accepted into the School of Education. 

Your current advisor is listed in your “Student Center” page in Campus Connection.

Sport Management

Academic Advisors are assigned using various criteria across campus.  You can always obtain the name of your current Academic Advisor by accessing your “Student Center” page on Campus Connection. Your advisor’s information will be listed in the lower right blue box. 

Sport Management majors with fewer than 60 earned credit hours are advised by Robert Dirk.

Wellness Minor

Academic Advisors are assigned using various criteria across campus.  You can always obtain the name of your current Academic Advisor by accessing your “Student Center” page on Campus Connection. Your advisor’s information will be listed in the lower right blue box. 

Advisors are assigned by major rather than minor.  Nancy Kaler is the contact person for information and guidance concerning this minor.  

Women's Studies Minor

Academic Advisors are assigned using various criteria across campus.  You can always obtain the name of your current Academic Advisor by accessing your “Student Center” page on Campus Connection. Your advisor’s information will be listed in the lower right blue box. 

Advisors are assigned by major rather than minor.  Ann Burnett is the contact person for information and guidance concerning this minor.  


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