Sarah Lewis
(Undergraduate Advisor for Sas-Sm)

Contact Me

Call Me – 386-226-6393

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Monday-Friday, 9 a.m.-6 p.m. EST

About Sarah Lewis

Hometown: Warrenton, MO

Education: Bachelor of Science in Psychology, Northwest Missouri State University; Master of Art in Counseling, Lindenwood (MO) University

Hobbies/Interests: TV/movie junkie; reading books; playing with her dog, Nate; traveling; hanging out with her husband, Wes; and having board game nights with friends.

Best Part of the Job: Sarah loves the communications she has with her students, watching them succeed within their chosen program, and finally getting to see them reach their goal of graduation.

Sarah truly cares about the success of her students and strives to maintain personal connections with students in order to support them through their academic journey. She has a passion for education that shows in her advisement.
Renée Peter, Director of Undergraduate Advising, Online Education

As Your Advisor, I will...

Be there — I will remain your dedicated advisor throughout your entire degree program. I will be there with you from start to finish!
Plan — I will develop a personalized degree map that will help you stay on track to complete your degree on time within a schedule that works for you.
Navigate — I will help you understand how to get started with ERAU, what is needed to complete your degree, how to register for courses, and more!
Connect — I will stay connected and in touch with you throughout your entire degree to help with anything you might need along the way.
Guide — I will provide guidance on degree curricula, prerequisites, university procedures/policies, transfer credit, and graduation requirements.
Support — I care about your success and will do all I can to assist you every step of the way!

Online Campus Student Spotlight

During his time in the Coast Guard, Ken Kring accrued more than 100 flight hours as an air crewman on the H60 Jayhawk. He also received Air Station Clearwater's Eagle Eye Award for identifying a structural failure in one of their aircraft, as well as several recognitions for achievement, good conduct and more. Looking forward, Kring plans to work within the aerospace industry and hopes to solve future challenges associated with manned spaceflight.

Ken Kring
Associate of Science in Aeronautics and Bachelor of Science in Engineering Technology

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