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Academic Advising Information

Patricia Louison , Director of Undergraduate Studies

The College of Education aims to provide the best possible direction and advice to all of its students. Through electronic inquiries as well as through regular, face-to-face appointments, the College tries to ensure that every student has the necessary resources to make good decisions about his/her academic program.

The advising office conducts large-group orientations for students and their families, assists students in choosing and registering for courses, evaluates students for teacher candidacy, assists students who are having academic or procedural problems, and offers direction and advice at every step of the way.

Upon enrolling in the College of Education, every student is assigned an academic advisor by the advising office. After students have been admitted to a teacher certification program, they are assigned a faculty advisor. It is strongly recommended that students meet with their advisors at least once each semester. Academic difficulties should be discussed immediately with an advisor.

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