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Accepted Transfer Students

Our team is currently working remote, but we’re still here to answer your questions! We’re available during summer business hours, Monday – Thursday 8:30 – 5:00 pm. The University is closed on Fridays.

Welcome to the College of Humanities and Social Sciences! We know it can be tough to adjust to a new school, and we want to help make your transition here as smooth as possible. A successful transition begins by establishing a relationship with your faculty advisor.

You must contact your advisor before you can register, and this must be completed BEFORE you attend Transfer Student Orientation.

Transfer Advising Checklist

Have you already completed the following?

If so, you are now ready to meet your advisor and register! Select the advisor for your major from the list of majors below. Then send them an email introducing yourself as a new transfer student in their program, and let them know you would like help registering for classes. Before the meeting, please watch this short video about your Degree Audit to prepare. Our team has also created a helpful list of technology platforms used at Montclair State.

Department/Program Advising Contact
Anthropology Peter Siegel
Arabic Mazooz Sehwail
Classics and General Humanities Mary English
Combined BA/MA Political Science, Law and Governance Daniel Mengara
Social Work and Child Advocacy Jacqueline Catalano
English Jonathan Greenberg
French Pascale Lafountain
Gender, Sexuality, and Women’s Studies Jessica Restaino
German Thomas Herold
History Esperanza Brizuela-Garcia
Italian Enza Antenos
Jurisprudence, Law and Society Antoinette Pole
Justice Studies Brenda Sheehan
Language, Business and Culture Enza Antenos
Linguistics Eileen Fitzpatrick
Medical Humanities Jefferson Gatrall
Paralegal Studies Nicole Fackina
Philosophy Tiger Roholt
Political Science and Law Antoinette Pole
Psychology chssadvising@montclair.edu
Religion Dorothy Rogers
Sociology Sangeeta Parashar
Spanish Raul Galoppe
Writing Studies Ron Brooks