Patton College of Education Undergraduate Advising Appointments
Meeting with your Advisor
It’s easy to schedule an appointment with your advisor. In fact, you are encouraged to meet with your advisor often since they are the most reliable resource of information, planning, and support for you. Use the link below to schedule an appointment. First select your meeting type, and then select your advisor from the drop-down menu to see their availability.
Which advisor should I meet with?
Please schedule your meeting with your assigned advisor. If you don’t know who that is, it can be found in the column on the right in you MyOhio Student Center, or at the top of your DARS. If you do not have an assigned advisor, you can meet with any available advisor.
If your advisor is Ken Bowald, please email Ken (email@example.com) for his meeting availability.
Three Ways to Meet with An Advisor
Schedule an Appointment
Call: 740.593.4400 or click link below
Week 2-15 of each semester
- Keep the advising appointments you have scheduled, or cancel if you cannot attend.
- Be honest and open. If you are experiencing a personal or academic difficulty that is interfering with your studies, please share this with your advisor.
- Be an active participant in the advisement process by coming prepared to each appointment with questions or material for discussion, including plans and ideas.
- Be familiar with degree requirements, university policies and procedures, and campus resources.
- Actively manage your progress toward degree completion by reviewing DARS and the online catalog in the MyOHIO Student Center.
- Regularly read your OHIO e-mail, and do not forward it to a third-party email client (Gmail, Yahoo, etc.).
- Take primary and increasing responsibility for making your own decisions based on available professional advice and information.
- Accept responsibility for your decisions and actions that affect your educational programs and goals. Please understand that the ultimate responsibility of obtaining your degree rests with the student, not the advisor.
- Understand and effectively communicate institutional policies, degree,s and college requirements, including the General Education requirements.
- Work collaboratively to assist you to dream, define, and develop your academic, career, and life goals.
- Create a safe environment of mutual respect where you can share your thoughts, aspirations, concerns, and interests.
- Provide academic success strategies and referrals to appropriate campus resources when needed.
- Listen and provide feedback carefully to your questions, concerns, and confusions, and seek assistance in answering questions when not sure of the correct answer.
- Encourage and support you as you gain the skills and knowledge necessary for success.
- Assist you in making course and program decisions.
- Understand how to read a degree audit (DARS) and assist you as you learn how to navigate this advising resource.
- Maintain an appropriate level of confidentiality as required by the Family Educational Rights and Privacy Act (FERPA).
- Be prepared for academic advising appointments by reviewing student academic records and appropriate notes from the student file.
- Reply to all emails within 24-48 business hours.