Academic Advising

Request an Advising Session

To request a one-on-one advising session, please complete the Advising Request Form in its entirety.  Advising sessions take 30-45 minutes on average and are conducted via Zoom or over the phone.  Advising sessions are offered during the Academy’s normal business hours: Monday-Friday, 8am-5pm CST.

PLEASE NOTE: Advising sessions must be scheduled a *minimum* of 3 business days in advance. This is so that we have time to review your request and prepare for your session ahead of your appointment, allowing us to give you the best support possible. Be sure to plan accordingly.

Our Advisors

Jennifer Feibelman
Jennifer FeibelmanDirector of Advising
First Year Advisees (BSS students in lower level and core courses)
Dr. Fred Cromartie
Dr. Fred CromartieDirector of Doctoral Studies
Ed.D. Sport Management
Dr. Brandon Spradley
Dr. Brandon SpradleyChair of Sports Management
B.S.S. Sport Management
M.S.S. Sport Management
Ed.D. Sport Management
Dr. Sandra Geringer
Dr. Sandra GeringerDirector of Recreation Management and Sports Studies
B.S.S. Sports Studies
M.S.S. Sports Studies
M.S.S. Recreation Management
Ed.D. Sport Management
Dr. Roch King
Dr. Roch KingChair of Sports Coaching
B.S.S. Sports Coaching
M.S.S. Sports Coaching
Ed.D. Sport Management
Robert Herron
Robert HerronActing Director of Sports Exercise Science
B.S.S. Sports Strength and Conditioning
M.S.S. Sports Exercise Science

Who Is My Advisor?

Newly accepted students may find their assigned advisors in the acceptance information provided by their Admissions Counselor; this information can also be accessed in My Student Portal by clicking on the Who Is My Advisor? link (in the Student Records tab).

Email Us!

Still not sure who your advisor is?  Email or submit the Advising Request Form (select “I’m not sure” when asked to select your advisor) and we’ll get you in contact with your advisor.

Academic Catalogs

A student’s academic catalog is set by their first term of enrollment in their declared program unless otherwise noted in their student records. Below are the Programs of Study/Degree Audits for the current Academic Year. Students may find the Program of Study in the previous years’ academic catalogs. Questions regarding the student’s academic catalogs should be directed to the Registrar’s Office.

Bachelor of Sports Science
B.S.S. Programs of Study

Master of Sports Science
M.S.S. Programs of Study
(Emphasis in NCAA Compliance, Olympism, Personal Training, Recreation, Management, Sports Hospitality or Sports Psychology)

Doctor of Education in Sports Management
Ed.D. Programs of Study
(Emphasis in Olympism, Sports Theory, Sports Exercise Science, Sports Coaching or Sports Medicine)