Silberman Academic Advising

Silberman College of Business partners with students to promote academic success and the achievement of educational goals.  An assigned advising counselor provides all undergraduate business majors year-round assistance with course review and selection, registration, and exit planning.

Contacts for Prospective Students

For Florham students, contact Mary Sakin, Executive Director of Placement and Outreach

For Metro students, contact Paige Soltano, Director of Placement and Outreach

Contacts for Current Students

Florham Campus Advisors

Hennessy Hall (the mansion), first floor, room 6
(973) 443-8800

Jennifer Page
Senior Advising Counselor for Undergraduate Business Students
BA, Colgate University; MA, Boston College
Book an appointment

Sandy Holder
Advising Counselor for Undergraduate Programs
BA and MA, College of Saint Elizabeth
Book an appointment

Michelle Klemme
Advising Counselor for Undergraduate Programs
BS, BA, and MEd, Boston University
Book an appointment

Metropolitan Campus Advisors

Dickinson Hall, second floor, room 2183
(201) 692-7206

Pamela Piro
Advising Counselor for Undergraduate Programs
BA Ramapo College; MA, Fairleigh Dickinson University
Book an appointment

Nikki Santoro
Advising Counselor for Undergraduate Programs
BS, The College of New Jersey; MEd, William Paterson University
Book an appointment

Some Helpful Information/Tips

  • Webadvisor for information about FDU course offerings

PDF Documents for Download

All Silberman students are expected to abide by the University’s Academic Integrity Policy (PDF).

Frequently Asked Questions

Proper Preparation for Study Abroad/Wroxton College

Inform advisors of intention to study abroad or in Wroxton so that the appropriate classes may be designated.

Students typically study in Wroxton the second semester of their sophomore year. Expected graduation may be delayed pending students’ major course requirements and/or course availability.

Wroxton offers courses in literature, history, political science, fine arts, sociology, psychology, communications, and University core.

Students may take between 15 and 18 credits while studying at Wroxton.

For more information, stop by the Wroxton College/Study Abroad Office in the basement of the Mansion and speak with Brian Swanzey.