The Academic Advising Services at SU and in the Seidel School
of Education and Professional Studies play a key role in
facilitating student growth and development. The primary
purpose of advising is to assist students in the development of
meaningful educational plans that are compatible with their
career and life goals.
Questions regarding course requirements in the Seidel School
can be directed to your faculty advisor (visit
the SU Directory)or
Kimberly Clark-Shaw, Advising Services Coordinator,
Teacher Education & Technology Center (TETC)
Room #TE354D, 410-543-6290.