The Judaic Studies advisor gives practical assistance navigating the major and minor degree requirements. The advising office is located in the Thayer Building, Suite 2111.
U-M students interested in a concentration in Judaic Studies, considering an academic minor, or seeking more information about the program, should meet with an advisor to map out a course of study.
Prospective students are welcome to visit the Judaic Studies office.
To arrange a meeting with the undergraduate advisor, please make an appointment using the Advising Appointment System. If the available times don't work for your schedule, please e-mail our Student Services Coordinator. Include the days and times you are available and Sarah will find an appointment time that works for you. If you have questions, contact 734-615-6097.
- Student Service Coordinator / Advisor - Sarah Kuljian
- Faculty Advisor: Shachar Pinsker
Accommodations for Students with Disabilities
The Services for Students with Disabilities (SSD) office serves as a campus-wide resource for students with visual impairments, learning disabilities, mobility impairments, or hearing impairments. SSD also works with students who have chronic health or mental health conditions. Examples of services that may be provided, free of charge by SSD, include accessible campus transportation, adaptive technology, sign language interpreting and guidance for course accomodations. If you think you need an accommodation for a disability, please let your instructor or an advisor know at your earliest convenience. Some aspects of courses, the assignments, the in-class activities, and the way the courses are usually taught may be modified to facilitate your participation and progress. As soon as you make them aware of your needs, they can work with SSD to help determine appropriate academic accommodations. SSD can be reached by phone 734-763-3000 or email firstname.lastname@example.org. Any information you provide is private and confidential and will be treated as such.
Additional disability & accessibility resources at U-M for undergraduate students.