Academic Advising

Our academic advisors will help you map out a program of study, register for courses, and ensure you are on track to meet graduation requirements. Additionally, our advisors are here to help you one-on-one with any questions related to your graduate student experience.

You are welcome to stop by an advisor’s office any time, but making an appointment is the best way to be sure they will be available. Please contact to connect with an advisor.

Laurie Bragg
Laurie BraggAssociate Director, Information Systems Programs
Cathy Brown
Cathy BrownAssociate Director, Student Services
Miles Thacker
Miles ThackerGraduate Coordinator II
Kathy Brothers
Kathy BrothersGraduate Coordinator II

A Note About Student Safety & Wellness

Your safety is our top priority. In an emergency, dial 911 or seek a nearby emergency phone (throughout campus). Report any crimes or suspicious people to 801-585-COPS; this number will get you to a dispatch officer at the University of Utah Department of Public Safety (DPS). If at any time, you would like to be escorted by a security officer to or from areas on campus, DPS will help — just give us a call.

The University of Utah seeks to provide a safe and healthy experience for students, employees, and others who make use of campus facilities. In support of this goal, the University has established confidential resources and support services to assist students who may have been affected by harassment, abusive relationships, or sexual misconduct. A detailed listing of University Resources for campus safety can be found here.

Your well-being is key to your personal safety. If you are in crisis, call 801-587-3000; help is close.

The university has additional excellent resources to promote emotional and physical wellness, including the Counseling Center, the Wellness Center, and the Women’s Resource Center. Counselors and advocates in these centers can help guide you to other resources to address a range of issues, including substance abuse and addiction.