The Andrews University School of Social & Behavioral Sciences is concerned with the study of how human beings think and behave, both as individuals and in social, spiritual, and cultural settings. By providing you with the discoveries and procedures accumulated from this versatile field of study, our goal is to empower you to utilize your knowledge to further the mission of Seventh-day Adventists and to restore men and women to the image of our Maker.

We encourage you to find out more about our program by clicking on the options in the menu to the left. If you have any questions, please don't hesitate to contact us.

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Phone: 269-471-3152
Office: Buller Hall 211

Mailing Address:
School of Social & Behavioral Sciences
8488 E. Campus Circle Drive
Andrews University
Berrien Springs, MI, 49104

Virtual Business Information

During the current social distancing guidelines, we are encouraging all business to be preformed remotely as much as possible in order to keep our faculty and staff safe. To schedule an Zoom appointment or to ask any questions, please feel free to email us. Each of our faculty and staff members are listed below alongside their emails to help with identifying who to contact.

For general questions or if you don't know who to talk to:

Ms. Erica Bradfield, General School Questions -
Mrs. Marlena Meier, Community & Int'l Development Program - General Questions -

For specific questions related to courses, advising, etc:

Dr. Harvey Burnett, Department Chair, Psychology, Criminal Justice -
Dr. Karl Bailey, Psychology -
Dr. Herb Helm, Psychology -
Dr. Melissa Ponce-Rodas, Psychology -
Prof. Kristen Witzel, Sociology -
Prof. Stacie Hatfield, Anthropology -
Dr. Joel Raveloharimisy, Community & Int'l Development Program, Director -