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Due to the campus restrictions put in place in response to the COVID-19 outbreak, we encourage all Academic Advising initiatives to go online. We appreciate your support as we work to keep our students, staff, and faculty safe.
Dean of Learning
English Area Chair
Chair of Teaching, Learning, and Tech.
Interim EOF Coordinator
College Marketing Integration
|Professor Sarah George,
Economics and Mathematics
Economics and Mathematics Area Chair
EOF Faculty Mentor
|Dr. Anthony Perone,
Biological Sciences and Medical Assisting
Science Area Chair
EOF Faculty Mentor
RESOURCES FOR VIRTUAL ADVISING:
Several companies including Verizon and Comcast have announced plans to offer free internet service for 60 days to households with students as classes are moving online amid concerns about COVID-19. ¬†Please contact the companies at the phone numbers below directly to arrange services.
Student-Exclusive Online Offers: Keeping Students Connected When it Matters Most
Comcast – 855-846-8376 for English speakers or 855-765-6995 for Spanish speakers
Students, faculty, and staff with wireless phone service may consider adding a personal hotspot to their plan in order to create their own WiFi network from a smartphone. ¬†Most providers (e.g. Sprint, T-Mobile, AT&T, and Verizon) offer personal hotspot service to be added to wireless plans for approximately $10 per month.
If you don‚Äôt have a laptop or have technology challenges, you should contact Dr. Marianne Van Deursen via email (firstname.lastname@example.org¬†) or leave a message at 908-835-2430.
Virtual advising involves conducting advising sessions using email, telephone, or video chat technology. This style of advising gives both students and advisors the opportunity for a face-to-face conversation.
Video chats are typically conducted via a computer, tablet or smartphone device, and may involve one-to-one interaction or one-to-many interaction. Examples include GoToMeeting, WhatsApp, Facebook Messenger, Google Hangouts, Zoom, and Google Meets.
You will receive an email with a meeting request and link to join to the meeting on the scheduled date and time.
During your meeting you will need access to a computer with video chat capabilities (internal or external camera) and a microphone. You can use your smartphone or tablet for virtual advising if necessary; however, access to a computer is preferable as you may want to share, receive, or view documents and resources that are easier to view and save them on a computer.
You should conduct your virtual meetings in a closed room (i.e. do not allow partners, friends, etc. to be in the background). Students are encouraged to participate in a virtual meeting in a closed room. Pets are okay. You must ensure that your advising practice, meetings, and interactions in no way divulge information about individual students.
If you want to make an appointment with a Student Services Academic Advisor, you are encouraged to make use of¬†StudentServices@warren.edu¬†to schedule appointments.¬† If you would like to make an appointment with someone from the EOF team, see contact information and email directly.
CAVEAT:¬†¬†This is informal advice. If you need comprehensive advice, please contact your health care provider
For additional resources available through the community, click here.