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When students begin at Columbus State they can receive advising services in 116 Aquinas Hall (614-287-2668).
An ECDE faculty advisor is assigned to each student upon formal entry to the ECDE program (see requirements above). Students must submit a Major Application to their advisor as assigned below. This application can be found on the ECDE Student Community on Blackboard. Advisors are available to assist and advise students regarding academic concerns, early childhood career plans, and plans of study. Advisees are assigned alphabetically:
|F-J||Christine Creagh ***||firstname.lastname@example.org||287-5805|
*** Please note, Christine Creagh will not be available for student advising AU13 and SP14. Students with last names F-J should see another ECDE advisor during this period.
See your advisor for the following:
- To create or review your overall Plan of Study. Your Plan of Study should be completed the semester you are formally admitted to the ECDE program. This process requires an in-person advising appointment. Remember to bring your Cougar ID number.
- To discuss transfer possibilities to four year Bachelor’s programs.
- To discuss transfer credit from other institutions.
- To have your Petition to Graduate form completed. Forms must first be filled out by the student online (see the Columbus State website). An online graduate survey must also be completed. Petitions to graduate must be completed the semester prior to the graduation semester so that your advisor will have ample time to complete it and return it to you. The Petition to Graduate must be delivered to Records and Registration by the student before the final deadline. Receipts will be given by the Records and Registration Department only if requested. It is the student’s responsibility to initiate and complete this petition to graduate process.
Please note: Faculty members are available each semester through Week 15 (Week 10 in summer) for advising. Advising services WILL NOT be available during Final Exam week or during college breaks. It is the student’s responsibility to plan ahead and schedule advising appointments appropriately.