Anthropology Concentration Declaration
***This information applies to academic year 2012-13.***
Are You a Prospective Anthropology Major?
You may want to know…
- Anthropology Department information is available elsewhere on this website using the menu on this page.
- The Blackboard site for Anthropology Concentrators supplements information provided in this website. If you would like to browse the Blackboard site, email email@example.com to request access.
- “Major Choices” advising resources: Ask a student! majorchoices.princeton.edu/getguidance/advisers.html
- Advising Meeting:
As Departmental Representative for Anthropology, Professor Elizabeth Davis can help you decide whether Anthropology is right for you. You're invited to talk with Prof. Davis before you declare your major. If you decide to major in Anthropology, you'll meet with her for course advising. Her appointment calendar is available on WASS.
Before your course advising meeting with Prof. Davis, please review your own academic record and make sure you're aware of which departmental and distribution requirements you still need to fulfill. Also consult the course offerings for fall and make your provisional selections. Please bring to your meeting with Prof. Davis (1) a copy of your internal transcript printed from SCORE and (2) two copies of your course enrollment worksheet for the fall semester, completed as far as possible. After meeting with Prof. Davis and getting her signature on these two copies of the worksheet, you will keep one copy to help you in enrollment and leave one copy with Prof. Davis for Anthropology Department records.
- More questions?: Stop by 116 Aaron Burr Hall or e-mail one of the department’s administrative staff members: Gabriela at firstname.lastname@example.org or Mo Lin at email@example.com.
Best wishes to you and, if you decide to major in Anthropology, welcome to the Department!