The Center for Academic Advising and Student Support is staffed by an advising coordinator, teacher licensure specialist, receptionist, professional academic advisor and graduate students who serve as academic advisors.
The graduate students are completing master's degrees that lead to careers in the helping professions. Graduate students who serve as advisors are typically hired for a year-long employment in the Center and must go through an extensive training program prior to assuming their advising responsibilities.
Advisors in the Academic Advising Center are available to assist any student. The Center is located in Peters Hall, A104. Center hours during the fall and spring semesters are 8 a.m. to noon and 1-5 p.m., Monday through Friday.
Director of Academic Advising
Ms. DeHaven works with students who need assistance related to academic petitions, creating a plan of study, problems or issues related to their progress toward graduation and more.
Assistant Director of Academic Advising and Rentention
Ms. Bielema works with students who are having problems meeting program requirements, new transfer students and all Exercise, Sport, and Health Education Freshmen. Is available to meet with any student interested in changing their major to one in the College and also meets with prospective students interested in Radford University and the College.
Teacher Licensure Specialist
Ms. Hall works with students when they complete their program/degree, apply for their Virginia teaching license and also provides guidance to prospective students seeking their initial teaching license. Any question relating to a Virginia teaching license should be directed to Ms. Hall. Ms. Hall performs numerous tasks to support the Advising Center including updating the web page, creating event announcements and scheduling appointments for staff members.