You will begin your advising process by meeting with a peer advisor who will help you understand the Interdisciplinary Studies program and declare your major. Once you have declared an Interdisciplinary Studies major, you will be able to meet with a staff advisor. Please read the Advising Protocols page so that you know what to expect and can get the most benefit from your advising sessions. We greatly look forward to helping you achieve your goals.
Please contact the Interdisciplinary Studies Office to make an advising appointment by calling 407-823-0144 or stopping by the Classroom Building, Suite 302. You may also e-mail us at email@example.com to make an advising appointment. Please include your full name, PID, phone number, and purpose of the advising appointment along with times and days when you are generally available.
Mr. Wallace joined the Interdisciplinary Studies Office in June 2008. Prior to formally joining the
office, he worked on curriculum development and program enhancement projects for the Interdisciplinary Studies undergraduate program while serving in the Office of the Vice Provost for Academic Affairs. Mr. Wallace earned a B.S. in Psychology and an M.A. in Counselor Education.
Luisa joined the Interdisciplinary Studies Office in October 2013. Prior to joining the office, she worked as an Academic Advisor in the College of Education and Human Performance, where she provided advising to both undergraduate and graduate students in the College. She also coordinated the degree certification process of graduate students completing their master's degree. Luisa earned a B.S. degree in Geography from Salem State University and a M.A degree in Instructional Design and Technology from the University of Central Florida.
Amy Van Epps
Amy joined the Interdisciplinary Studies Office in May 2015. In 2009, she earned an Associate of Science in Photographic Technology from Daytona State College. While pursuing a Bachelor of Arts in Interdisciplinary Studies, she worked in the office as a transition advisor assisting prospective students. Her areas of study were Behavioral and Social Sciences, Arts, and minor in Interpersonal and Organizational Communication. Amy graduated with a Master of Arts in Higher Education and Policy Studies from the University of Central Florida in May 2015. Prior to joining the office, Amy worked as a Student Services Advisor for Valencia College.
Karen Baxley joined the Interdisciplinary Studies Office in January 2017. Prior to joining the office, she worked as a coordinator advising students in Academic Support Services for UCF’s NanoScience Technology Center. She has also worked as an Academic Advisor at Eastern Kentucky University College of Arts and Sciences. Karen has a B.S. in Sociology from Columbus State University, and an M.A. in Sociology from Georgia Southern University.
Bianca is a current Interdisciplinary Studies student with an area of study in Commerce and Communication and a minor in Sociology. She joined the Office of Interdisciplinary Studies as a Transition Advisor in August 2016. After she graduates from the University of Central Florida she plans on going into Human Resources.