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Group Advising for First-Year AEMM Majors (All Concentrations)
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Group Advising for First-Year AEMM Majors (All Concentrations)

When: October 1 through October 29, 2012.
Where: College Advising Center, 623 S. Wabash Ave., Suite 300
Time: Based upon the date and time of the session you select.
Facilitator: Damýen Davis, College Advisor, ddavis@colum.edu.

Schedule now for best availability.  Space is limited and seats are filling fast.

ALL first-year students are expected to meet with their assigned College Advisor during their first year. Arts Management Majors can fulfill the Advising Expectation by attending an assigned Group Advising session.

Group Advising Sessions will be one hour long, so make sure you give yourself enough time between classes. Group Advising Sessions will cover important information for first-year Arts Management Majors in all concentrations. During Group Advising, you will prepare for Spring 2013 registration and create your academic plan at Columbia. 

To schedule your Group Advising Session: 
Call the College Advising Center at 312.369.7645.
You can also come to the College Advising Center and schedule a Group Advising Session in-person. The College Advising Center is located at 623 S. Wabash, Suite 300.

You can modify or cancel your session up to 24 hours before the session occurs.  Out of respect for fellow students, please honor your confirmed session.  For best availability, schedule now.  Space is limited. 

Scheduling is on a first-come, first-serve basis.  As it gets later into the semester and closer to spring registration, appointment times will become more limited.  Please plan accordingly. 

Schedule your Group Advising Session Now!
Call the College Advising Center at 312.369.7645.

After participating in a group advising session, you will:
  • Understand how to access advising tools on OASIS (e.g. Academic Record, Advising Guide, Exam Records, Course Catalog) and use them to select courses and develop an academic plan.
  • Have a better idea of what classes to register for next semester. 
  • Know what advising services and resources are available at Columbia and how to take advantage of them.
  • Have a better understanding of your overall, Liberal Arts and Sciences (LAS), major, and concentration requirements.
  • Understand the transfer credit process.


Additional Resources
• Registration Tips (PDF)
Group Advising FAQs (PDF)

Contact me:
Damýen Davis
College Advising Center
623 S. Wabash, Suite 300