Lecture 4

Lecture 4 - Purdue University School of Health Sciences...

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Purdue University School of Health Sciences Tips For New Boilermakers Bob Walkup ead of Head of Academic Advisors Fall, 2008
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School of Health Sciences Office of Student Services www.healthsciences.purdue.edu Welcome to the Health Sciences family!! The Office of Students wants you to know that we are here to partner with you on your educational journey. We hope that you enjoy coming to see us as much as we enjoy seeing you. Our pledge to you is that we will do whatever is in our power to assist in your success. We realize that many of you may not know exactly what career lies ahead of you. We will help in that crucial decision- making process regardless of where that leads. If Health Sciences is in your future, and we hope that it is, we will help you decide the best path for you. If, however, your career goals dictate that you transfer (CODO) to another school, we will also help you decide which is best for you. ur office is located in the Civil Engineering Building room 1163 Please stop by and spend some time Our office is located in the Civil Engineering Building, room 1163. Please stop by and spend some time with us. If there are any problems that you are experiencing and may not know where to turn, COME AND SEE US! Bob Walkup Head Academic Advisor, David Tate cademic Advisor Director of Clinical , Supervisor Phone: 496-2848 Email: rcwalkup@purdue.edu Academic Advisor, Director of Clinical and Forensic Sciences Phone: 494-1392 Email: dgtate@purdue.edu Helen Terrell Rosemary Ricci Academic Advisor, Coordinator of Pre-Allied Health Phone: 494-1393 mail: rricci@purdue edu Office Manager Phone: 494-8102 Email: hterrell@purdue.edu Email: rricci@purdue.edu
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Helpful Websites Alphabetical List of Services http://www.purdue.edu/VPSS/services/services.php The Academic Success Center ttp://www.cla.purdue.edu/asc/ http://www.cla.purdue.edu/asc/ Supplemental Instruction http://www.cla.purdue.edu/asc/si/ Free Academic Success Skills Workshops http://www.cla.purdue.edu/asc/studentsupport/workshopschedule/ Vice President for Student Services links (Includes CODO- Change of Degree Objective –Information) http://www.purdue.edu/VPSS/students.php Scholastic Deficiency Information ttp://www.purdue.edu/univregs/pages/ac regs pro/schol def.html http://www.purdue.edu/univregs/pages/ac_regs_pro/schol_def.html Medical Information http://www.purdue.edu/PUSH/ Purdue Directory https://www.itap.purdue.edu/directory/
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Getting Started uy textbooks as soon as possible after the first meeting of each class Each bookstore has a list of the 1. Buy textbooks as soon as possible after the first meeting of each class. Each bookstore has a list of the textbooks used for each class. Buy used books when available, either from other students or from the bookstore. If buying new books, do not mark in them until after the first day of classes. Keep current with reading assignments before class and review the material again within 24 hours of class discussion. This helps you with retention.
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