During the fall and spring semesters the freshman

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Unformatted text preview: upport to student survivors I Psychological, medical, legal, and judicial support and information I Assistance with academic intervention I Educational programs I Emergency housing assistance Fairfax Campus: SUB I, Suite 3200, 703-993-4364 or 2837 Arlington Campus: Founders Hall, Room 222, 703-993-9999 Twenty-four-hour cell phone, 703-380-1434 Web: Student Academic Affairs and Advising The function of Student Academic Affairs and Advising is to aid undergraduate students with their transition through college life both academically and socially and support their academic careers through sponsored programs, resources, and services. Student Academic Affairs and Advising encompasses the following units: I Academic Advising Center I The Freshman Center I Health Professions Advising I The Transfer Center I Transition Resource Center Academic Advising Center See the Academics chapter of this handbook. The Freshman Center The objectives of the Freshman Center are to I Assist freshmen with their academic, social, and cultural transitions to college. 44 I I I Help stu...
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