The Department of Chemistry & Biochemistry strongly recommends meeting with an advisor each semester. Advising provides an opportunity:
- to discuss your career goals and plans.
- to review classes, prerequisites and schedules, keeping in mind possible curriculum changes that may not be listed in the catalog. Advisors can often provide helpful strategies for getting into closed classes, and can also act as your advocate.
- to help ensure that required classes are completed in a timely manner, and that you are on schedule for graduation.
- for your advisor to get to know you, so they can provide a reference if needed later for applications for employment or graduate and professional schools.
If you have not been assigned to an advisor or have other advising questions, please contact:
Karen Hammond, Manager, Student Support (and department Advising Coordinator)
Office: SCNC 154E