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If you have advising questions, make an effort to find answers before contacting your advisor.
As much as your advisor is willing to help you, you should make an effort to find answers from web resources. That will be the best use of your time and your advisor’s time.
Where to find answers?
Most, if not all, advising questions can be found in the following sources:
1. Undergraduate Catalog
Use the site’s keyword search function to find the information you need.
2. “My Ohio University Experience” Guidebook
Use your browser’s Edit-Find function to find the information you need.
3. CHSP Student Services
http://www.ohio.edu/chsp/studentservices/, Grover W370, 740-593-9336
The CHSP Student Services office processes requests such as declaring a minor, course substitution, and DARS adjustment. If you have questions regarding procedures, contact the office directly.
If your questions cannot be answered after consulting these resources, contact your advisor.
Your advisor will make every effort to find the answers for you.
If you have difficulties obtaining help from your advisor, please contact me.
I am CSD’s coordinator of undergraduate education, effective fall 2013. The best way to reach me is by email email@example.com.
If you need advice on career planning, take advantage of CHSP’s career coaching service.
The Assistant Director of the Career and Leadership Development Center for the College of Health Sciences and Professions (Zachary McGrain, firstname.lastname@example.org) will be available Tuesdays and Wednesdays from 2:30-4:30 p.m. Drop by the table located in the hallway on the third floor of Grover Center outside the Student Services Office. These sessions can help students interested in receiving coaching on resumes, cover letters, job search, major expiration, and leadership development. The web site for the Center is: http://www.ohio.edu/careerandleadership/.