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If you build it, they will come...and come they have! Advisement Needs YOU in the Residence Halls!


Residence Hall students are really taking advantage of advising being so close to their home. The HALL (Helping All Live and Learn) Committee has had a HUGE turnout this past week from Liberal Arts students, however, we need your help! We need MORE faculty and staff over the next two weeks to advise and register our Residence Hall Liberal Arts students for Intersession and Spring 2005. Refreshments will be provided.

The HALL Committee consists of faculty, staff and Residence Hall students who are working to meet the needs of this special part of our community.

We are offering a variety of time blocks over the remaining two-week period to provide liberal arts advisement and/or registration opportunities to those students residing in the Residence Halls. We will be setting up in the Residence Halls with laptops and all of the advising resources including an academic advisement professional on site.

Please consider signing up for one or some of the times and dates below. PICK THE TIMES THAT FIT YOUR SCHEDULE. FULL BLOCKS OF TIME ARE NOT REQUIRED.

October 26, 27, 28 - Advisement available to any Liberal Arts residence hall students (except LA13), Registration of classes in SIS system only for students with 20+ credits
2 p.m.-6 p.m. Tribune Hall

November 3, 4 - Advisement available to any Liberal Arts residence hall students (except LA13), Registration of classes in SIS system for all students 2 p.m.-6 p.m. Pioneer Hall

November 5 - Advisement available to any Liberal Arts residence hall students (except LA13), Registration of classes in SIS system for all students 1 p.m.-4 p.m. Pioneer Hall

To register for a time slot so that you can assist these students and meet your advisement requirement, call Liz Pierce (English/Philosophy) ext. 3303, or e-mail epierce@monroecc.edu <mailto:epierce@monroecc.edu>

Elizabeth Pierce
English/Philosophy
10/22/2004