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First Year Orientation SEHS Summer 2016 Orientation
Transcript of First Year Orientation SEHS Summer 2016 Orientation
SEHS First Year Orientation Information Session
August 22, 2016
Advisors give the best academic advice.
Students must self-monitor.
How many hours of Study should you budget per
a three hour class?
Faculty and Staff support the students
and programs in the SEHS.
Use the Program Evaluation in MaryNet.
Students are required to meet with their advisors at least once a semester to plan the upcoming semester.
Usually Mid October and Mid March
SEHS Office Staff:
Sandra Manning, Karen Laughlin, Silvia Sanchez, Diana Talbert, and Shawna LeBlond
Mrs. Caitlin Wesolek, First Year Advisor
Dr. Lois Stover, SEHS Dean
Dr. Shannon Melideo, Associate Dean
Department Advisors in Sophomore-Senior Year
Everyone is here to help you succeed.
Program of Study
How do you address folks who work at MU?
Add your student ID number to your email signature.
In this session, you will receive important information about your new SCHOOL and PROGRAM and meet some folks who are here to help you succeed.
Get ready to take good notes to keep for yourself and share with your family.
CJ: Dr. Stephanie Ellis
PSY: Dr. Camille Buckner
ED: Dr. Lisa Turissini
SOC: Dr. Janine DeWitt
Marymount Honor Pledge
I agree to uphold the principles of honor set forth by this community in the Marymount University
mission statement and the Academic Integrity Code and Community Conduct Code, to defend these
principles against abuse or misuse, and to abide by the regulations of Marymount University.