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Academic Advising Center

We provide academic assistance and support to all our students. Though students with a declared major are assigned a faculty advisor to guide you through your curriculum, our staff is available to assist you in the absence of your faculty advisor. Students who have yet to declare a major will be assigned an academic advisor in the center to help you find a major that is a good fit for you.

We have lots of information and advisors who will help you:

  • understand degree requirements
  • change or declare a major or minor
  • understanding academic policies and procedures
  • register for classes
  • adjust your schedule during the drop/add period
  • withdraw from a class
  • develop a plan for graduation

Make an appointment with the Academic Advising Center

Academic Alert Submission – please complete the form to submit an student academic alert.  The alert will be processed and the student will be contacted.  You will receive a confirmation that the alert is submitted.

Our staff:

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Kim Boyer

Boyer, Kim

Academic Advisor

Academic Advising Center

Email: krb33@pitt.edu

Phone: 814-362-7645

Location: 218 Hanley Library

Stacey Colosimo

Colosimo, Stacey

Administrative Assistant

Academic Advising Center

Academic Coaching and Tutoring Center

Email: smc83@pitt.edu

Phone: 814-362-7533

Location: 218 Hanley Library

Susan Gleason

Gleason, Susan

Director of Academic Advising Center

Academic Advising Center

Email: behan@pitt.edu

Phone: 814-362-7549

Location: 202 Hanley Library

Warren Shaw

Shaw, Warren

Career Educator

Academic Advising Center

Email: wms14@pit.edu

Phone: 814-362-5059

Location: 218 Hanley Library

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The program is designed to assist student's who are not in good academic standing at the university. The program provides students with information about academic standing, university policies, and helpful resources to aid students in developing stronger strategies for success.

Completion of the Academic Enhancement Program is for all Pitt-Bradford students on academic probation and/or have been reinstated to the university following academic suspension.

The following steps must be completed prior to meeting with your assigned academic coach.

Academic Probation Requirements:

  1. Complete the Study Skills Assessment
  2. Schedule an appointment with your assigned academic coach:

Reinstated Student Requirements:

  1. Complete the Study Skills Assessment
  2. Schedule an appointment with your assigned academic coach:

Academic Coaches:

Sue Gleason behan@pitt.edu
Carma Horner clh71@pitt.edu
Kim Marcellin kmarcell@pitt.edu
Jean Barnard jab@pitt.edu

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Our Academic Advising Center specializes in helping students who are undecided about what major is right for them. Through personalized advising, special programs, and online tools, you are guided through the selection process. From exploring majors, to discovering your interests and strengths, to selection of a career and a major that is right for you, the Academic Advising Center is here.

Career and major exploration tools to help guide you.

Try some free online career exploration tools.

Helpful advice.

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Academic Advising Resources