Students can receive academic counseling services to assist them in identifying their strengths and weaknesses. Counselors work with students to develop a plan to ensure success. Through regular appointments students learn to evaluate their progress and identify problem areas. Strategies for success are taught and progress is monitored.
If academic problems occur, we are available to assist you in the following areas:
Other times to seek academic counselor:
All students on admission probation or academic probations are expected to participate in academic counseling. They should meet with a counselor once a week to monitor progress.
You can access academic counseling by coming by Egan 105 and scheduling an appointment with one of our staff. You may also call to schedule an appointment.Contact Tina Maroni at (740) 284-5358, or the SASS Assistant at (740) 284-5263 or our Academic Counseling Intern at (740) 284-6304.
NOTE: Academic counseling is not a substitution for academic advising.
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