The College of Education and Human Ecology (EHE) Office of Undergraduate Student Services (UGSS) consists of higher educational professionals who are committed to academic advising and student success.
Academic advising is an intentional educational process that teaches students to understand their curriculum, purpose of higher education, and university processes and procedures. We assist students in clarifying their educational goals and objectives and to create academic plans that are consistent with these goals, objectives, and the students' degree requirements.
Our goal Is to assist students in maximizing their educational experience from orientation to graduation.
Staff of Undergraduate Student Services. Pictured from left to right.
Top Row: Casey Henceroth, Ramsey Piazza, Melissa Solinger, Lauren Salamone, Holly Asimou, Katie Watkins (no longer with UGSS), Karen Southall,
Middle Row: Cindy Giles, Jessica Speece, Laura Novotny, Alisa Tate, Jen Klosterman-Lando, Kia McKinnie,
Bottom Row: Derraya Miller, Jen Pecora, Amy Collins-Warfield, Charles Mawhirter, Becky Flowers, Ben Forche
Not Pictured: Heather Vlack
EHE Student Spotlight of the Month
The EHE Student Spotlight of the Month is a new feature in the undergraduate Academic Advising monthly e-newsletter. Anyone is welcome to submit a nomination. Winners will be featured in the monthly Academic Advising Newsletter, which is sent to all undergraduate students within the College of Education and Human Ecology. Staff and Faculty nominators will receive a copy of the newsletter via email, if their nominated student is selected.