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Academic Advising – Fishing, Not Hunting
Thursday, October 28, 2019
By: Elven Riley
Academic advising appointments are now in full swing. We hold our student’s registration PIN hostage until they focus on their programs, declared or yet-to-be declared. Beyond the administrative check-the-box reviews and catalog course searches try encouraging a discussion of life-after-SHU. A course or a certificate or a minor added now may showcase individual skills and gifts complimenting their primary program.
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