Amy Schmidt

Academic Advisor - English, History, and Women, Gender & Sexuality Studies
Primary office:
(785) 864-3500
109 Strong Hall


Amy is an Academic Advisor in the Student Academic Services Office. Her responsibilities include advising undergraduate students in English, History, Human Sexuality and Women, Gender & Sexuality Studies throughout their academic career, and working with fellow advisors to develop summer orientation advising sessions. Amy graduated with a Bachelor's degree in Journalism and Master's degree in Communication, both from Missouri State University in Springfield, Missouri.  She enjoys working with undergraduate students, and has been doing so since 2010.​ 


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