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During this extraordinary time with so many changes taking place in our communities, we want you to know that Advising is Open in the School of Language, Culture, and Society, and we welcome you to reach out. Please schedule an appointment or drop in during our ZOOM open office hours for support with your academic portfolio, concerns, questions about remote learning, resources, or simply to share conversation and community. Stay connected. Let us join you wherever you are.
You can also reach our advisors at this link: https://liberalarts.oregonstate.edu/slcs/advising or call: Karen Mills at 541-737-3847 or Nick Blum at 541-737-4515
You may also contact our School Director, Dr. Susan Bernardin via email.
COLLEGE OF LIBERAL ARTS REMOTE ADVISING: https://liberalarts.oregonstate.edu/covid-19
COLLEGE OF LIBERAL ARTS REMOTE TEACHING: https://liberalarts.oregonstate.edu/remote-teaching
Briselda Molina Ortega | GTA Advisor for Ethnic Studies
Office Hours - Wed 12:30-15:30 | Thur 12:30-15:30
Make an appointment:
I’m also available via phone, email, zoom, and FaceTime
Join an appointment on Zoom here.
Mehra Shirazi | WGSS Director of Undergraduate Studies
Corvallis Campus Student Support
Contact via email.
Freddy León | World Languages and Cultures Academic Advisor
Spanish (Corvallis & Ecampus)
Office Hours - Thursdays 1-3pm (by Zoom), or students can make an appointment (Appointments available by Zoom or phone (limited)).
To make an appointment: https://booknow.appointment-plus.com/79qxlm1g
Join Zoom Meeting: https://oregonstate.zoom.us/j/638849103
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