ES Major Advising

ADVISING ASSIGNMENTS

ES ADVISING

2020-2021

ES Advising Assignments

Students last name begins w/ letters

Advisor

Office/Email

 

 

A-Dz

 

Dr. Nicholas L. Baham III

MI 4101

nicholas.baham@csueastbay.edu


E-Lar


Dr. Jocyl Sacramento

MI 4103

jocyl.sacramento@csueastbay.edu

 
Las-Nar

 
Dr. Enrique Salmón

MI 4097

enrique.salmon@csueastbay.edu

 

Nas-Set

 

Dr. Carlos Salomon

MI 4089

carlos.salomon@csueastbay.edu

 

Seu-Z

 

Dr. Jennifer Tran

MI 4100

jk.tran@csueastbay.edu

 

For example, if your last name is Garcia, you are assigned to Dr. Sacramento. If your last name is Shaffer, you are assigned to Dr. Tran.

How to Schedule an Advising Appointment

Due to COVID-19, advising appointments for FALL 2020 will occur online only.  To make an appointment with your major advisor, please schedule your appointment through Bay Advisor. Erika (see contact info below) can help you make an appointment if you are not familiar with Bay Advisor. The best way to get your questions answered is to make an advising meeting. However, if you have a simple question that you think can be answered over email, please put “Advising Question” in your subject line, and let the professor know that they are your assigned faculty advisor. If they don’t respond, make an appointment.

When to see an advisor

  • New Students:
    When you first declare your major/minor, it is important to meet you’re your faculty advisor so they can explain major requirements and help you make a plan.
  • Students filing for graduation:
    You are required to meet with your advisor to complete your “grad check” sheet. For those graduating in SPRING or SUMMER, you should complete a "grad check" sheet during FALL semester.

Our Department Administrative Coordinator is Erika Diaz-Apodaca

If you need help connecting with your advisor or making an appointment, contact Erika.

Our Department Chair for 2020-21 is Dr. Luz Calvo

Dr. Calvo oversees the department and all advising matters.
Dr. Calvo can meet with you if you are experiencing difficulties and need further assistance.