Each CAP student is assigned a Professional Advisor. CAP participants are required to meet with their professional advisors each quarter before scheduling. Of course, students are encouraged to visit their advisors whenever they need assistance. CAP Advisors can…
CAP wants to provide an opportunity for students to receive one-on-one assistance with all of their academic needs. However, we cannot do it alone. CAP will reach out to students, but, ultimately, CAP participants must assume responsibility for maintaining contact with their advisor; learning university, college, and departmental requirements; and seeking assistance when needed. To this end, CAP students should come prepared to their meetings with CAP advisors just as they should to all classes and meetings. We& #8217;ll look out for you, but we want you to look out for yourself, as well.
advisors are available Monday – Friday, 9 – 5 in the Academic
Advancement Center, 101 Alden Library. Stop by to see your advisor
whenever you have a question, concern, or just want some ideas or
feedback about career and/or academic plans. If your assigned advisor
is not available please see Greg Lester, CAP Coordinator, or Cynthia
King, Director of the Academic Advancement Center. To see a photo of
your CAP Adivisor click here.
Ohio University is fortunate to have many resources available to assist students. CAP Advisors frequently refer students to Career Services for more information about careers, majors, and internships and to the Office of Financial Aid for more information about federal, state, and local aid opportunities.
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