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Academic Advising

The College of Health Professions Academic Advising Center, located at 1700 N. Broad St., Suite 313, provides advisement for transfer and intra-university transfer students, students interested in learning more about programs in the health professions, and students with fewer than 60 credits in Communication Sciences, Public Health, and Therapeutic Recreation.  Students interested in Kinesiology should meet with an advisor.  The Kinesiology department is located in Room 114, Pearson Hall. 

Students admitted to Health Information Management and Nursing and students in Communication Sciences, Public Health, and Therapeutic Recreation who have greater than 60 credits are advised by faculty in their academic department. 

Pre-Nursing and Pre-Health Information Management students are advised in the Academic Resource Center (ARC), located on the first floor of 1810 Liacouras Walk. It is recommended, and in some cases required, that students consult with an advisor prior to registration. The advisor will review the proposed coursework and inform students of the requirements for graduation. In addition, the advisor helps students achieve breadth in their curriculum and provides other needed assistance.

Academic advisors strive to avoid errors when advising students about program requirements, although the college cannot assume liability for errors in advising. Students must, therefore, assume primary responsibility for knowing the requirements for their degree and for acquiring current information about their academic status.

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