Undergraduate Advising

The advising team for Chicana and Chicano Studies offers in-person as well as remote advising. We recognize that some of our students prefer face to face and others need to meet over Zoom. Either way, we want to make sure that you know someone is here to help you. Take a look below to see how to get in touch with our advising team.   

Graduate Advising

If you have any questions or need help planning your graduate degree in Chicana and Chicano Studies, please contact  Dr. Juan Pablo Mercado, Graduate Coordinator and Advisor.


Finally, you may benefit from meeting with other faculty who have done research or had experience that interests you. We are proud to be an inclusive and supportive community, where we all work together for the success of all students. We encourage you to meet with any faculty member during their office hours. You may find an expert in our Faculty & Staff Directory.


*Note: All academic university forms can be found at the SJSU Registrar's Forms Website