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Fine Arts Student Success Services

The College of Fine Arts Office of Student Success Services is committed to helping all students succeed. For undergraduate students, the office is your go-to for answers and assistance on a wide range of topics, including DARS check, graduation, Minors, and more.

Pop-in advising for Fall 2021

If you are needing assistance with your Fall schedule, or just general questions concerning your classes, the College of Fine Arts will be holding Pop-In Academic Advising starting this Wednesday April 14, from 1–3pm, via TEAMS. This Pop-In advising session will be held every Wednesday through the end of Spring Semester.

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If you are unable to make this time, please schedule a time to meet with either Maureen Wagner or Melanie Tullett via TEAMS.

Contact us:

Phone: 740.593.1808

Maureen Wagner
Assistant Dean of Student Services
(740) 593-1813

Melanie Tullett 
Student Success Advisor

Campus Resources

OHIO offers a wealth of resources to support you throughout your college career.

Academic Achievement Center

If you’re ever in need of academic support, the Academic Achievement Center provides tutors and many other services to help. 

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Student Writing Center

The Student Writing Center is a welcoming place where you can receive multiple forms of assistance on assignments and papers of all types.

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Career and Leadership Development Center

The Ohio University Career and Leadership Development Center offers career and leadership coaching, facilitates mock interviews, and hosts a variety of leadership events and courses to help prepare you for success after graduation.

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Alden Fine Arts Library & Special Collections

The Athens Center for Film and Video supports the development of independent, community, and alternative media arts in the surrounding area. It also serves state, national, and global communities as an advocate for the cooperation among artists, producers, and other media centers with similar goals.

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