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Advising and Information for Students
Getting started in Fall 2020
Steps to get ready for classes
This presentation will walk you through the steps you need to take to get signed up for Zoom and Slack; access the tools and software you need; and be ready for classes this Fall.
I need help. Who can I contact?
Start here for access to resources on campus.
Introduction to the Library
The library has created a Library 101 to introduce you to the library's services during the pandemic, how to access resources, and what is open and closed. This includes information about scheduling a study space in the Learning Commons.
Academic AdvisingIn the Department of Health Sciences students have three advising resources available to them.
Students who are not yet Health Sciences majors or who are undeclared interest in nursing (“pre-nursing”) should contact the College of Science Student Service Center.
Academic Advising and Career Education (AACE) is a one-stop center for both academic advising and career development assistance. AACE counselors advise on:
General education (GE) requirements
University graduation requirements
Writing Skills Test (WST)
General academic advising
General career questions
Location: 2nd Floor, Student Service and Administration Building
Visit, Call (510) 885-3621, or email firstname.lastname@example.org AACE to see the services they offer.
Lower-division course articulations (transfer courses from other colleges)
Any other college of science-specific questions
Location: North Science Building, 1st Floor, Room 143.
Visit, Call (510) 885-4046, or email email@example.com for an appointment. Drop-ins also available, visit the College of Science SSC web site for details.
You can log on to BayAdvisor to find your assigned Health Sciences faculty advisor. If you are a declared Health Science major and do not have an assigned faculty advisor listed on Bay Advisor, please contact the College of Science SSC firstname.lastname@example.org
Faculty Office Hours and Appointments
The Health Sciences faculty use BayAdvisor to schedule advising appointments. Faculty also have weekly drop-in office hours. Please check the faculty directory or the faculty #Slack profile for up-to-date information on how to contact your faculty advisor
Here are two tools to help you plan out your course schedule for current and future semesters as well as keep track of the required courses needed for your Health Sciences major concentration.
The first tool is found on Cal State East Bay's course catalog.