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The Academic Advisors at The College of Fine Arts work closely with students from freshman year through graduation. The Academic Advisors are committed to providing a holistic experience that ensures students to be well-equipped for the challenges of successfully completing a fine arts degree from the University of Arizona.

Academic Advising

  • Helps you understand and complete your major and minor degree requirements.
  • It also helps you to develop goals in conjunction with your academic course of study.
  • Clarify university academic policies and procedures, and program requirements.
  • Explains academic distinction, probation, disqualification, general petitions, and enrollment in more than 19 units, leave of absence, and disability-related course substitutions.

The University has established guidelines regarding academic policies and procedures, your rights and responsibilities, and your degree requirements. You are responsible for your own academic progress and need to become familiar with UA policies.

Contact Information

Dean’s Office

Ms. Norma Ayon Assistant Director - Academic Advising
nayon@email.arizona.edu
Music Bldg, Room 111
520-621-1301
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Advisors – School of Art

Megan G Bartel Program Coordinator
mbartel@email.arizona.edu
Art Bldg, Room 11D
520-621-8518
James Graham Academic Advisor I
jimgraham@email.arizona.edu
Art Bldg, Room 110
520-621-7570
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Wilma Pinedo Program Coordinator
wpinedo@email.arizona.edu
Art Bldg, Room 11C
520-621-2618
Ashley S Rubin Senior Academic Advisor I
arubin@email.arizona.edu
Art Bldg, Room 11A
520-621-2618
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Advisors – School of Dance

Tamara Dyke-Compton Associate Professor, Dance | Interim Artistic Director, School of Dance | Interim Associate Director, School of Dance
tdykecompton@email.arizona.edu
Ina Gittings Bldg, Room 121M
520-621-4698
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Elizabeth George Associate Professor, Dance
egeorge@email.arizona.edu
Ina Gittings Bldg, Room 121D
520-621-2905
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Hayley E Meier Assistant Professor of Practice
hmeier@email.arizona.edu
Ina Gittings Bldg, Room 121
520-621-4698
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Advisor – Fred Fox School of Music

David J. Boulton Assistant Director, Undergraduate Student Academic Services
davidboulton@email.arizona.edu
Music Bldg, Room 109
520-621-1655

Advisors – School of Theatre, Film and Television

Tioni Collins Student Services Administration Professional III
tionicollins@email.arizona.edu
Marshall Bldg, Room 237
520-621-3996
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Keshia Neal Senior Academic Advisor I
kneal23@email.arizona.edu
Marshall Bldg, Room 236
520-626-6700
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Nicole Staab Academic Advisor I
nstaab@email.arizona.edu
Marshall Bldg, Room 220
520-621-8741
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David Yarnelle Assistant Professor of Practice
yarnelle@email.arizona.edu
Marshall Bldg, Room 235
520-621-3771
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CFA Student Services

Lindsay Clark Coordinator, Student and Alumni Engagement
linds@email.arizona.edu
Slonaker House, Room 201
520-621-9430
Max M. Jackson Coordinator, Recruiting - Admissions and Enrollment
maxj@email.arizona.edu
Slonaker House, Room 203
520-626-1644
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Melanie Joy Marsh Program Assistant
melaniejmarsh@email.arizona.edu
Music Bldg, Room 111
520-626-1194
Kimberly Moore Financial Aid Professional II
kmoore657@email.arizona.edu
Slonaker House, Room 201
520-276-5935
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Ms. Norma Ayon Assistant Director - Academic Advising
nayon@email.arizona.edu
Music Bldg, Room 111
520-621-1301
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Karin Nolan Assistant Professor of Practice | Assistant Professor, Music
knolan@email.arizona.edu
Music Bldg, Room 159
520-621-7470
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A review of University of Arizona Museum of Art exhibition, "The Art of Food," in Forbes.

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"However the prevalence of food as an artistic subject cannot be fully explained by the need of painters to demonstrate their artistic prowess or even the need of societies to engage in magical thinking. Many of the works included in the exhibition at the University of Arizona Museum of Art suggest other motivations, ranging from the sensual to the intellectual."

Katherine Ace. Cupid & Psyche with Cut Apple, circa 2010. Oil on canvas. 30 x 40 in. Collection of Jordan D. Schnitzer. 2017.306. Image: Aaron Wessling Photography
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A review of University of Arizona Museum of Art exhibition, The Art of Food, in Forbes. 

https://azart.fyi/ForbesFood

However the prevalence of food as an artistic subject cannot be fully explained by the need of painters to demonstrate their artistic prowess or even the need of societies to engage in magical thinking. Many of the works included in the exhibition at the University of Arizona Museum of Art suggest other motivations, ranging from the sensual to the intellectual.

Katherine Ace. Cupid & Psyche with Cut Apple, circa 2010. Oil on canvas. 30 x 40 in. Collection of Jordan D. Schnitzer. 2017.306. Image: Aaron Wessling Photography
5 days ago
Arizona Arts

The UA School of Theatre, Film & Television's #film program moved up to No. 7 among public universities nationally in the latest rankings from The Wrap (No. 25 overall), based on a poll of 1,200+ industry insiders, educators, and #filmmakers.

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Images from 2021 "I Dream in Widescreen" by Julius Schlosburg.

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The UA School of Theatre, Film & Televisions #film program moved up to No. 7 among public universities nationally in the latest rankings from The Wrap (No. 25 overall), based on a poll of 1,200+ industry insiders, educators, and #filmmakers.

https://azart.fyi/FilmNo7

Images from 2021 I Dream in Widescreen by Julius Schlosburg.

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