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ASC Hours of Operation
Monday-Friday
8:00 a.m. - 5:00 p.m.
Other times by appointment

Academic Services Center
Zane Showker Hall 205
540-568-2785
COBASC@JMU.EDU

ASC STAFF


Appointment Procedures
Benefits of Consulting Advisors

Each advisor in the Academic Services Center has been assigned specific undergraduate academic programs in the College of Business. If you would like information about the programs in CoB or have questions about academic policies and procedures, contact the appropriate advisor from the following list.

Academic Advisors

MAJOR

ADVISOR

OFFICE

EMAIL

PHONE

Accounting

Christine Harriger

Amanda Reedy

ZSH 205

ZSH 343

harrigce@jmu.edu

reedyaj@jmu.edu

8-8783

8-3250

Computer Information Systems

Katrina Spickler

ZSH 205

spicklkm@jmu.edu

8-3298

Economics

Anne McGuigan

ZSH 205

mcguigam@jmu.edu

8-3179

Finance

Marsha Shenk

ZSH 205

shenkmm@jmu.edu

8-8782

International Business

Sharon Newman

ZSH 205

newmanse@jmu.edu

8-3279

Management

Anne McGuigan

ZSH 205

mcguigam@jmu.edu

8-3179

Marketing

Tammy Mendyk

ZSH 205

mendyktj@jmu.edu

8-8781

Quantitative Finance

Michelle Duncan

ZSH 205

duncanml@jmu.edu

8-3078

Thinking about a Major in Business?

Christine Harriger

Michelle Duncan

ZSH 205

ZSH 205

harrigce@jmu.edu

duncanml@jmu.edu

8-8783

8-3078


Appointment Procedures

Students have three options to schedule an appointment with an advisor:

  1. Email advisor to inquire about available meeting times. Provide your ID number and availability for the upcoming week so that the advisor may pick a date and time suitable for all parties;
  2. Visit the ASC reception desk in Showker 205;
  3. Call the ASC at 540-568-2785.
Generally appointments are not made on the same day.  Please plan your schedule accordingly.

Benefits of Consulting Advisors

The ASC academic advisors may assist you with your CoB program of study in the following ways:

  • Provide an academic plan so that you know how to complete requirements for graduation successfully.
  • Explain the requirements for each CoB major, concentration and minor.
  • Provide an early review of your graduation application to alert you of any concerns.
  • Determine if courses taken at other institutions will transfer for credit toward graduation requirements.
  • Evaluate and respond to requests for course registration matters.
  • Direct you to the appropriate resources for finding an internship for credit.
  • Provide referrals to faculty advisors for counseling in post-graduation options.
  • Offer references to university services for resolution of academic related issues or concerns.