WALK-INS AND APPOINTMENTS
Walk-In hours: Wednesdays, 1:00 PM – 4:00 PM
Walk-In service for current students is designed to last 10-15 minutes on a first-come/first-served basis to answer simple questions, make referrals to campus resources or other University offices, and review and sign forms such as Transfer Credit Evaluation, Last Semester Certification for Athletes, and University Withdrawal or Leave of Absence. Please note: a Medical Leave of Absence is processed through the Office of the Dean of Students.
The schedule for Walk-In service will be updated each semester and any changes to the schedule will be noted on the CHS USS calendar posted on this page. Scheduling is subject to change based on staff availability and other college or university events. You’ll be asked to sign-in next to a 15-minute appointment slot and provide the reason for your visit. So, plan to arrive at least 15-30 minutes before the close of walk-in hours.
You can come to the office any time during regular business hours to drop off documentation.
Appointments to meet with the Assistant Dean of Student Services and the Academic Program Manager can be made at the Undergraduate Student Services office front desk, or by phone at 302-831-8073. Appointments can be face-to-face or by phone. Typical topics discussed by appointment include:
- Academic probation, academic challenges, and course work difficulties
- Personal challenges or family issues that directly affect your ability to attend classes or complete course work
- Late Registration
- Excused Absences
- Exploring options regarding majors and minors
Quick questions can be answered via email to email@example.com. Students with very complex questions should call (302) 831-8073 to schedule an appointment. We’ll get back to you within two business days with a thorough answer to your question. When sending us a message, include your full name and student ID number so that we can provide you with information as it applies directly to you.
Sometimes, unexpected things get in the way of your academics or continued studies. If you are experiencing unusual circumstances that are impacting your ability to remain enrolled, please call our office at 302- 831-8073. We can either assist you directly or connect you with the people on campus who can assist you.
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