Advising

Cinema Studies Advising 

Whether you are a current undergraduate, prospective undergraduate, or post-baccalaureate student, the student services assistant director is your primary resource for guidance and information.

Current students should view the  PDF iconAcademic Advising Syllabus for more information about how to prepare for and what documents to bring to your advising appointment. Plan to meet with the student services assistant director at least once per academic year to outline your academic and professional goals and help you stay/get back on track for degree completion in four years.

Drop-In versus Appointment Based Advising

Fall 2017 Drop-In Advising Hours (Week 1):
Brief meetings (no longer than 10-15 minutes) on a first come, first serve basis that should be utilized for quick questions, forms to sign, looking over student identified degree plans, etc.

Tuesday:

  • 10:00am-12:00pm
  • 1:30pm-3:30pm

Wednesday:

  • 10:30am-12:30pm

Thursday:

  • 9:00am-10:30am
  • 1:30pm-3:30pm

Should there be a change in these hours, students will be notified via UO email by the Sunday of the following week. 

Appointment Based Advising:
30 minutes to an hour-long meeting for more in-depth academic and/or personal planning, academic reinstatements, creation of a graduation plan, etc.

If you would like to schedule an advising appointment, please fill out this Calendly link and choose from up to two corresponding 30-minute appointment spots (as needed) that are compatible with your schedule. After you choose an appointment time, you will receive a confirmation, both from the Calendly app and also from Veratta with further details regarding your preparation for your appointment.

Veratta Pegram-Floyd, Student Services Assistant Director