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The Student Services Office provides information to students who have additional questions after meeting with their Faculty Advisor. Information from this office does not take place of meetings with the student’s Faculty Advisor. The office provides further information, resources, major and minor information, Professional Program admission criteria, as well as pertinent forms and documentation needed for graduation.
Student Services Office:
Perdue Hall room 132 (map)
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Meet with students who need further assistance after speaking with their faculty advisor (referral card will be given to student by advisor).
Complete the change of major/minor paperwork with students and review requirements.
Assign Faculty Advisors to incoming students.
Hold academic workshops for students throughout the semester.
Meet with students who wish to study at another institution.
Post substitutions and record all waivers for students.
Admit students to the Professional Program and send correspondence about admission.
Advise all business minors throughout their career at Salisbury.
Communicate curriculum, graduation requirements, and university policies and procedures to faculty and students.
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Attend PSB Open House.
Explore academic and career interests with your Faculty Advisor and/or Career Services.
Review your general education requirements in your catalog and on your degree progress report.
Read your academic requirements report and see your Faculty Advisor with any questions you may have.
Assess your academic strengths and interests as well as your career goals. Choose an area of academic study that will meet these goals.
Review the major and minor checklists and ask your advisor or department representative for more information about the major/and or minor you are considering.
Understand the criteria needed for admission into the Perdue School and have the criteria completed by the end of this year to apply.
Admitted PSB students must attend THE Meeting. (THE Meeting date: Please refer to Student Services.)
Sign up for MGMT 320 and BUAD 300.
Create and build your resume.
Research career options with Career Services.
Attend the Job Fair and ABLE workshop.
Find and secure an internship.
Identify skills needed for employment/ internship and attend training for them.
Attend the Job Fair.
Complete your Graduation Application by November 15 and order your cap and gown.
Update your resume with your internship information.
Research employment and/or graduate school and start applying.
Complete a Graduation Audit with your Faculty Advisor.
Make sure your requirements are up to date and all transfer coursework is posted.
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