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Scheduling an Appointment

The College of Education Advising Center is currently providing advising services in-person at our office in MEP 230, and remotely via Zoom. Each advisor's availability for each format may vary, so please check their availability using the links included below.

For your advising needs, please feel free to email or make an appointment with your assigned COE advisor.  They will work with you to answer your questions or conduct an appointment in a format that is as convenient, healthy, and safe as possible in the current circumstances.  If you require special arrangements (time, format) in order to meet your advisor will be glad to help.

Advising Center Staff

The COE Advising Center serves declared and prospective undergraduate majors in the College or Education who have earned 30 or more credit hours.  Students with fewer than 30 credits should seek advising from Edward Thornton (see below) in the First Year Student Success Hub before transitioning to the COE Advising Center.