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College of Arts and Sciences

Social Science Advising

Who is your advisor?

Be sure to check your KSIS account for information about which advisor is assigned to you. We look forward to meeting you!

Nancy Habluetzel

Nancy Habluetzel

Nancy began advising students in 2000 and earned her degree from Kansas State University in Interdisciplinary Social Science. Nancy has three daughters and two son-in-laws. As well as advising, Nancy is the athletic certification officer for the College of Arts and Sciences.

Email: nhablue@k-state.edu
Phone: 532-6904
Office: 107 Calvin Hall

Tami Duch

Tami Duch

Tami earned her undergraduate degree in Social Work from Missouri State University before going on to complete her M.S. in College Student Development from Kansas State University.

Tami, her husband and two grown children enjoy gardening, traveling, hiking and camping. Tami also loves to cheer on those K-State Wildcats!

Email: tduch@k-state.edu
Phone: 532-6904
Office: 107 Calvin Hall

Savannah Nulton

Savannah NultonSavannah earned a bachelor of science degree in English Literature from Kansas State University before completing an master's degree in College Student Development, also from K-State. Savannah joined the Open Option advising team in 2014 and enjoys the outdoors, being active, music and baking.

Email: smn09@k-state.edu
Phone: 532-6904
Office: 107 Calvin Hall

Meagan Scott

Meagan Bozarth

Meagan earned a Bachelor of Arts degree in Social Sciences from Kansas State University and is currently pursuing a master’s degree in Academic Advising, also from K-State. Meagan joined the Open Option advising team and is excited about the position as she started in Open Option herself. She enjoys cheering on the Dallas Cowboys, running, reading and spending time with her husband in her free time.

Email: mhb27@k-state.edu
Phone: 532-6904
Office: 107 Calvin Hall


Julie Hunt

Julie HuntJulie has been advising students since 1987 and joined the K-State family in 2000. In 2013, she was awarded the Presidential Award for Excellence in Undergraduate Advising. She earned her undergraduate degree in Music Education from Youngstown State University and a M.S. in College Student Development from Kansas State University.

Julie enjoys walking, reading, music and spending time with her husband and three daughters, and, for some extra fun, she enjoys playing trombone in the City Band and the Thundering Cats Jazz Ensemble.

Email: jhunt@k-state.edu
Phone: 532-6904
Office: 107 Calvin Hall

How to make an appointment

  • Plan ahead. We schedule our appointments in advance to advise you more efficiently. We are open Monday through Friday, 8 a.m. to 5 p.m.
  • Call or stop by the following locations to make your appointment:
    • Julie Hunt: 532-6904, 107 Calvin Hall
    • Nancy Habluetzel: 532-6904, 107 Calvin Hall
    • Meagan Scott: 532-6904, 107 Calvin Hall
    • Savannah Nulton: 532-6904, 107 Calvin Hall
    • Tami Duch: 532-6904, 107 Calvin Hall
  • Please plan ahead during pre-enrollment time as appointment times fill quickly.

Preparing for your appointment

Here are some tips to help you get the most from our meeting.

  • Please come prepared by thinking about your academic plans. Identify some class choices from the current Course Schedule and Undergraduate Catalog. Bring a list of possible choices to discuss and make note of any questions you might have.
  • Gather any information that you know you'll need for making decisions. Do you need to talk with an instructor? Parents? Financial Assistance? If you know it will help to have that information before talking with us, make your appointments accordingly.
  • During pre-enrollment, students will have an advising hold placed on their account by the university. The hold cannot be removed by e-mail or phone calls. The university believes it is important for students to meet with their advisors in person.
  • After your advising appointment, and your hold is removed, you enroll on KSIS by seniority (as determined by your cumulative credit hours). Your enrollment date is listed on your KSIS Student Center. You cannot enroll before that date but you may enroll any time after that date.
  • If you choose to enroll in a course for which "Instructor Permission" is required, the instructor needs to give you electronic permission in KSIS. Once permission is granted, you will then need to add the course on KSIS.
  • Check out the Advising Resources page for course planning tools like a printable schedule-planning grid and long-range planning worksheet.