If you don't know who your advisor is, call the administrative assistant in the department of your major, and they should be able to give you the name of your faculty advisor.
You can make your advising team work for you by making and keeping regular advising appointments; planning class schedules in conjunction with your advisor; and monitoring your progress toward the completion of your degree program.
The advising center is located in Porterfield 243.
CVPA Assistant Advising Coordinator
CVPA Assistant Advising Coordinator Dana Trask is another resource for academic advising. Like Donna, she is available to meet with students regarding their academic progress, including completing a program of study, improving grade point averages, providing referrals, and completing graduation checkouts. To meet with Dana you may stop by on a walk-in basis or make an appointment. Dana received her Bachelor’s degree from Virginia Tech and her Master’s degree from Radford University. Dana also has a broad dance background. She has taught and coached dancers from age two through adults and performed with multiple organizations including the Dance Company at Virginia Tech.