Advising at UW-Madison is a partnership between you and the network of advisors you build during your time here. It can be one of the most valuable resources available to you as a student. Advisors are here to introduce you to opportunities and help you make good decisions. Learn more: Advising at UW-Madison

Who should I talk to?

If you have questions related to a specific language program or a language major or certificate, you should meet with the advisor for that language. Language department advisors can help you with choose courses and identify academic and other opportunities related to your language.

You’ll also have an assigned academic advisor, depending on your School, College, or major department. You should be in regular contact with your assigned advisor during your entire time at UW-Madison.

Title Advising
Arabic Toni Landis,
Katrina Daly Thompson,
Chinese Rachel Weiss,
Czech Joanna Schuth, 
Danish Joanna Schuth, 
Dutch Joanna Schuth, 
Filipino Rachel Weiss,
Finnish Joanna Schuth, 
French Laura Linde Turnes,
German Joanna Schuth, 
Greek (Ancient) Toni Landis,
Nandini Pandey,
Hausa Toni Landis,
Katrina Daly Thompson,
Hebrew (Biblical) Jeremy Hutton,
Toni Landis,
Hebrew (Modern)
Hindi Rachel Weiss,
Hmong Rachel Weiss,
Icelandic Joanna Schuth, 
Indonesian Rachel Weiss,
Italian Laura Linde Turnes,
Japanese Rachel Weiss,
Kazakh Joanna Schuth, 
Khmer Michael Cullinane,
Korean Rachel Weiss,
Latin Toni Landis,
Grant Nelsestuen,
Norwegian Joanna Schuth, 
Ojibwe Rand Valentine,
Persian Rachel Weiss,
Polish Joanna Schuth, 
Portuguese Karen Francis,
Quechua Sarah Ripp,
Russian Joanna Schuth, 
Serbo-Croatian Joanna Schuth, 
Spanish Karen Francis,
Swahili Toni Landis,
Katrina Daly Thompson,
Swedish Joanna Schuth, 
Thai Rachel Weiss,
Tibetan Rachel Weiss,
Turkish Joanna Schuth, 
Urdu Rachel Weiss,
Vietnamese Rachel Weiss,
Wolof Toni Landis,
Katrina Daly Thompson,
Yiddish Sunny Yudkoff,
Yoruba Toni Landis,
Katrina Daly Thompson,
Yucatec Maya Sarah Ripp,