Our experienced advisors will help you navigate the University’s courses and resources on your unique journey to graduation.

Amy Burger Sanchez

Amy Burger Sanchez

Amy (A.J.) Burger Sanchez is the program director for Individualized Degrees, advisor for the BS in Health and Wellbeing Sciences, and instructor for ICP 3101W Proposal Development Seminar. She holds a BA in Spanish and an MA in comparative and international development education.

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Josh Borowicz

As a senior academic advisor, Josh Borowicz, PhD, has advised University students over the past 30 years, especially students pursuing individually designed degrees. He holds a BA in English literature, an MA in Creative Writing, and a PhD in American Studies.

Karen Moon

Karen Moon

​Karen Moon has a 30-year history with the University of Minnesota that includes twelve years of administration and communications in the College of Liberal Arts and eight years of advising graduate social work students. As a part-time, returning learner, she earned her BA in art history with a focus on American Indian art and issues of cultural representation. Her Master of Liberal Studies (MLS) degree reflects her ongoing interest in visual culture and the cultural construction of race.​   

Megan Seltz

Megan Seltz

Megan earned her Bachelor of Arts in psychology from the University of Northern Iowa in 1999 and her Master of Arts in counseling psychology from the University of St. Thomas in 2002. Megan has been advising in the College of Continuing and Professional Studies since 2004 and currently advises for the Inter-College Program and the Health and Wellbeing Sciences majors. Megan is a 2017 recipient of the John Tate Award for Excellence in Undergraduate Advising, which recognizes high-quality advising at the University of Minnesota. Megan's mantra for students is "start where you are." She is involved in curriculum development, college academic policy, and student engagement opportunities. She has a passion for social justice and advocacy for marginalized groups, and she brings this lens to her work with students. Megan co-teaches CSPH 3211: Living on Purpose: An Exploration of Self, Purpose, and Community, a course designed to allow students to reflect and explore how their studies, work, and community engagement contribute to a purposeful life.