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Advising in our College is decentralized, which means you can get advising from both faculty and professional advisors in each department.
If you have any questions, please contact Head Advisor Heather Arbuckle in the College of Science in 128 Kidder Hall, or call 541-737-4811 to schedule an appointment.
Make an appointment by calling: 541-737-4811
Heather Arbuckle, Head Advisor
Kidder Hall 122 (Science Success Center)
Jennifer McKee, Academic Advisor
Kidder Hall 120 (Science Success Center)
For appointments, you will receive an email from the BB Lead Advisor when it is time to make regular advising appointments. For additional meetings in between these appointments, you can email any advisor with three possible times you are available to meet. We will respond promptly!
Kari Van Zee, Lead Advisor
Agricultural & Life Sciences Building 2141
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The College of Science offers students many exciting experiential learning experiences on campus, across the country, and around the world. Simply by planning ahead, you can incorporate many of these life-changing opportunities into your college experience. Below are resources to help you make the most of your experience at Oregon State.
Consult these helpful resources.
Office of the Registrar, 541-737-4331
Dean of Students, 541-737-8748
Advisors are restricted by Federal law (FERPA) from releasing any information about a student’s class schedule, grades, transcripts, advising checklist, or other specific information to anyone without written permission from that student. You can obtain a Consent for Student Release of Information form from the Head Advising Office in Kidder 128. Please note: the form needs to be signed in person by the student in order for us to release designated information to other parties. Advisors can offer general information such as what university resources are available to you, classes and majors that are offered, and general strategies and guidance to address certain academic situations.