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ACADEMIC ADVISING IS A COLLABORATIVE RELATIONSHIP BETWEEN AN ADVISOR AND STUDENT, WHERE THE GOAL IS TO GUIDE A STUDENT TOWARDS THEIR EDUCATIONAL AND CAREER GOALS. 

 

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The Patton College of Education
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You will use My Ohio Student Center to enroll in classes, check and make adjustments to your class schedule (add, drop, swap, edit), find advisor information, see any holds and how to resolve them, review your student account, and see your enrollment appointment, the time/day you may register for next semester. 

DARS is an acronym for the Degree Audit Reporting System. DARS analyzes degree requirements for a major, minor, or certificate according to the catalog year in which you entered the program. The DARS report displays the courses from which you must select in order to complete degree requirements, and it shows how the completed courses apply toward those requirements.

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Many OHIO instructors use Blackboard to add an online dimension to their courses. Some instructors post their syllabi, supplementary materials, and grades, while others may require you to submit assignments, contribute to online discussions, and take quizzes and exams online. How much or little, if at all, you use Blackboard will depend on your individual instructors. You need to check if each instructor is using Blackboard. 

 

To keep in touch with professors and classmates, you should use your free Ohio University email account. Even if you already have an email account that you plan to continue using while at Ohio University, you still should check your Catmail account every day. Many Ohio University instructors and departments use email for announcements and assignments. Notifications regarding registration, grades, and billing information all go to your Catmail account. 

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All official university dates and deadlines will be posted on the university calendar website. Students should always verify any date with the university calendar.

 

All questions and concerns about tutition, grants, and scholarships should be directed to the Office of Financial Aid.

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