Updated 8-19-2022

For general questions, please call 314.935.9300 during regular business hours (8:30a-5p, Monday-Friday).

Below are additional contacts broken down by categories. You can also access our full staff directory here.

Academic Program Questions

For questions about an individual course, please contact your instructor. For other academic questions, contact your advisor or one of the Sam Fox School staff members listed below Please email to schedule a phone appointment or video chat:

Undergraduate Students

Joseph Fitzpatrick, Associate Dean of Students

John Early, Undergraduate Advising Coordinator

Livia Xandersmith, Undergraduate Programs Coordinator

Graduate Students

Ellen Bailey, Architecture Programs Manager

Melissa Whitwam, Graduate Art Program Coordinator

Director’s Offices

Jessica Erickson, Administrative Assistant in Art

AnnaMarie Bliss, Administrative Assistant in Architecture

Registrar’s Office

Aaron Akins, Registrar

Financial Aid & Support Questions

  • Undergraduate students with concerns about financial aid should contact Student Financial Services at 888-547-6670 or 314-935-5900
  • Todd Farr is available to meet with graduate students about financial aid virtually via Zoom or by phone. Please contact him at tfarr@wustl.edu or 314-935-3642.

Technology Questions

For technology questions in the Sam Fox School contact Richard Viehmann, Computer Systems Manager. For more general questions, contact Student Technology Services.

I still have questions…who can I contact?

  • For questions about programs and policies within the Sam Fox School, contact Dean Carmon Colangelo at colangelo@wustl.edu.
  • For questions about University policies and procedures, the University has set up a COVID-19 information hotline that is available Monday-Friday from 8:30a-5:30p Central. Call 314-935-8300 or 888-234-2863 and choose from the available menu options. You also can email questions to covidquestions@wustl.edu.
  • For all other University policies in light of the COVID-19 outbreak, visit covid19.wustl.edu.