Advising and Counseling

Academic Advising

Academic advising is handled within the Department of Atmospheric Sciences. Following their sophomore years, students are assigned faculty advisors who oversee their progress. The small number of students per advisor allows students and advisors to get to know each other. Undergraduate students have the opportunity to become involved in research projects within the department, working for part-time pay or for academic credit.

For inquiries about undergraduate or graduate study contact:

Christine Arnold
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Office: Room 1204GAA, Eller O&M Building
Phone: 979.845.7688
Fax: 979.862.4466

Student Counseling Service

Professional counselors and psychologists are available at the Student Counseling Service to talk with students about any concerns that affect their academic progress, educational goals, choice of career, personal-social effectiveness or emotional well-being. In counseling, the focus is to assist students in the development of academic, career planning, and personal skills; understanding their concerns; and making decisions and changes that they judge are best.

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