Academic and Support Resources
The advisors in the Office of Undergraduate Biology partner with many offices across campus to fully support the academic and personal needs of our majors. We encourage our majors to seek our advice about which advising, counseling, health, or academic support office to visit when they need help.
When looking for assistance in a course, instructors and teaching assistants are the best place to start. Additional academic support resources are available throughout campus and outlined in the Guide to Academic Support Services for Biological Sciences majors.
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