Academic Advising

College of Education and Human Development

102 Education Building, 419-372-7372

Each student in the College of Education and Human Development has an assigned academic advisor throughout their educational career to assist with a wide range of concerns, including, but not limited to, choice of major, course selection, degree requirements, educational opportunities, and overall career goals. Periodically during degree progress, students are required to meet with their advisor, and students are encouraged to seek advising at least once a semester.

The Student and Academic Services Office (365 Education Building) houses many of the academic advisors serving students in their first year at BGSU and is a resource center for all students in the College. These resources form the framework for a partnership between the student, the advisor, and the College to assist in working toward the goals of academic, personal, and professional success.

To ensure this partnership is strong, it is expected that students take personal responsibility to understand academic policies in addition to degree program and licensure requirements that apply to their major of choice.

Updated: 10/18/2019 03:36PM