Students who major in health science programs are assigned to academic advisors, trained professionals avaliable to help students understand their degree requirement, course sequencing, and campus policies and procedures. When students have questions, the academic advisor is a good place to start. Among other things, advisors are happy to provide students with information about University resources avaliable to support their success. As students progress towards graduation, they will receive email notification from BCHS records specialists about any shortages or areas of concern regarding degree completion.
The Office of Advising & Academic Support is located in two places on campus. The primary office is situated in Suite 101A of the Leon Levine Hall of Health Sciences. OAAS staff are also avaliable in the Holmes Convocation Center. Location information is provided at the time appointments are scheduled and via appointment reminders.