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Students Seeking Support

If you need to meet with a dean to discuss academic issues or to seek a deans note to a faculty member supporting a request to be excused from academic work, deadlines or examinations over the next few days, please know that we will be supportive and that there are many deans available to talk with you.  

Office of the Dean of the College, University Hall (UH)

Schedule:

Dean Cohen (10AM-1PM; UH201), Dean Targan (in JWW 1PM-4PM) and Dean McSharry (UH 313; 1PM-4PM) will have regularly scheduled Wednesday Open Hours today (4/1).   

Dean Targan has moved his Thursday open hours in the Science Library to Wednesday morning; and Dean Adetunji will be available in the Science Library this afternoon (4/1).

We will also have additional Advising Deans available as deans on call and as needed to meet with walk-in students:

Dean Bhattacharyyaa (UH 206) be available 10:30AM-Noon;
Dean Dennis  (UH207) noon to 1:00PM and from 3:00-4:00PM.
Dean Cohee  (UH 213UH) 3:00-4:00 p.m. in 213 UH. 

 Telephone:  401.863.9800


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