Advising & Student Resources

For preliminary and general advising, be sure to visit Advising Central.

For reasons why studying a foreign language is beneficial, check out this flyer.

If you would like advising by a French, German, or Spanish program advisor, please do the following:

  1. Obtain a copy of your Academic Records Report at the Office of the Registrar (first floor Salazar) to bring with you. Transcripts can not be provided for you in the department office.
  2. If you have studied abroad, please contact International and Exchange Programs  to obtain a copy of your IP transcripts. You must bring your IP transcripts with you when you meet an advisor.
  3. Contact an advisor directly to set up an appointment. Listed below.

Advising Forms

Contact an Advisor

French Advisor

Name Email Office Hours
Suzanne C. Toczyski


Monday and Wednesday:

1:00-2:30pm in RCH 26

Thursday via Zoom by appointment only.

German Advisor

Name  Email Office Hours
Michaela M. Grobbel

11:00am-12:00pm in RCH 32 and Via Zoom.

9:00-9:50am Via Zoom,



 Spanish Advisors

Name Email Office Hours
Emily J. Clark (A-G)

Monday and Wednesday:1pm to 2pm

Thursday: 9:00am to 9:50am 

Parissa Tadrissi (H-O) Tuesday:

10:00-11:30am via Zoom

Robert W. Train (P-Z)

Wednesday: 5:00-6:00pm in RCH 27 (Please wear a mask)

Thursdays 2:30 3:30PM: 


Interested in studying abroad? Here are some highlights:

  • ALL majors can study away!
  • All different types of students can study away too
  • Students can earn in-resident credit
  • Students can take major, minor, or GE classes
  • Students can use all of their financial aid
  • Programs often cost less than staying at SSU
  • Students can work, intern, or volunteer while studying abroad
  • Students can study away as early as sophomore year and as late as their last semester!

Check out this brief info video from SSU International Programs (IP):

CSU IP scholarships available - see which one(s) you can apply for: