Stephen F. Austin State University

College of Education Student Services & Advising

Due to the ongoing Global Health Crisis with COVID-19, all advising appointments for the College of Education will be occurring through ZOOM until further notice. -Updated 3/16/2020

Welcome to the Student Services & Advising Center

The James I. Perkins College of Education's Student Services and Advising Center has full-time specialized professional advisors. These advisors meet with SFA students every semester until they graduate, keeping them on track with their degree plans, establishing tentative coursework schedules, providing academic counseling, and leading students toward positivity and success utilizing available campus resources.

Student Services and Advising Center Staff

You can locate your Academic Advisor information here.
Stacy Hendricks, EdD
Stacy Hendricks, EdD - Associate Dean, James I. Perkins College of Education Educational Background: Bachelor's degree in elementary education from Southern Arkansas University. Master's degree in school administration from Southeastern Oklahoma State University. Doctorate in educational administration from Texas A&M University-Commerce.
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Lisa Stone
Lisa Stone - Director of Student Services and Advising Educational Background: BAAS from SFASU, MIS from SFASU Phone: 936.468.2901
Carla Redfield
Carla Redfield - Administrative Assistant Educational Background: Bachelor's and master's degrees in speech-language pathology from SFA Phone: 936.468.1575
Student Services and Advising - Contact Phone: 936.468.1575

What We Do for all College Education Majors


The College of Education Student Services and Advising Center is currently accepting applications for an Administrative Graduate Assistantship position, for the following semester(s);


Application, Cover Letter, Resume and 3 letters of Recommendation may be emailed to Morgan Marshall at or dropped off to the McKibben 118 front desk.

I. Administrative Graduate Assistant Job Description:

The Graduate Assistant (GA) is responsible for working cooperatively under the guidance of other full-time staff in the College of Education Student Services and Advising Center. Assistantship appointments are made to qualified graduate students on a semester by semester basis only. Reappointment is contingent upon satisfactory progress toward the degree and satisfactory performance of assistantship duties.

The GA will assist with Administrative duties within the office, including but not limited to;

II. Application Requirements:

Submit the following materials to McKibben 118:

III. University qualifications for applicants:

To be eligible for an assistantship, an applicant must satisfy University, Graduate School, and departmental requirements. Graduate Assistantships are considered security sensitive positions by the University and criminal histories will be checked. The Graduate School requires the individual to have clear or provisional admission to a graduate program and must complete a minimum of 9 credit hours in the fall and spring semester. Students admitted on probation or as post-baccalaureate students are not eligible for an assistantship.

IV. Department Qualifications for applicant:

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