While the ASC strives to provide a quality advising experience, it does not presume to have the ultimate answers to all questions or concerns. In instances when the ASC may not be able to assist, it will help students find a university service that can. The following list indicates the many services on campus that may help personally, professionally and academically:
- Career and Academic Planning
- Counseling and Student Development Center
- General Education
- Science & Math Learning Center
- Reading and Writing Resource Center
- English Language Learner Services
- Supplemental Instruction
- Office of Disability Services
- Office of the Registrar
- Office of the Dean of Students
What does it mean to major in Management? What career possiblities exist for Economics majors? What courses are part of the BBA Lower-Level Core? Who should I contact for additional information? Answers to all of these questions and more may be found on the following documents.
CAREER PLANNING TIMELINE
Planning for your career starts in the freshman year. Here is a general timeline (presented during Freshman Springboard 2013) to assist students in career preparation: Career Planning Timeline. Below are additional timelines and various resources by major.
SPRING 2014 TUTORING FOR COB COURSES
Beta Alpha Psi offers free COB 241 and COB 242 tutoring sessions every Monday and Thursday in Showker 321 from 2:00-3:00pm. No appointment is necessary. These sessions begin February 3.
Management Science (COB 291)
The CIS department maintains a list of students-for-hire who are interested in tutoring COB 291. Students negoitate price and schedule. Stop by Showker 233 for a list of available tutors.