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Peer Advisor

Student Advising by Graduate Student: 

Kimberly LaVacca is a first-year student in the Master’s Speech Language Pathology program and earned her undergraduate degree from JMU. She is looking forward to holding advising sessions to help answer questions related to CSD courses and scheduling, as well as graduate school applications. The advising sessions will be held at the Front Desk in front of HBS 1027.

COME SEE US FOR QUESTIONS REGARDING CLASS REGISTRATION!


Spring 2020 Office Hours

Monday 11:00am-12:00pm

Wednesday 9:30am-10:30am


Email csdug@jmu.edu with any questions and we'd be happy to help!

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CSD Program Resources https://www.csd.jmu.edu/undergrad/resources.html
CSD Page: Applying to Graduate School (includes information on letters) https://www.csd.jmu.edu/undergrad/gradschool.html
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