Douglass advisors hold in-depth conversations with each student about her interests, goals, and strengths. Throughout your years at Douglass, these conversations will help you develop your unique educational aspirations and connect your academic experience with the knowledge and personal goals that you bring to your college education. Douglass advisors will help you identify special resources, faculty, and programs at Douglass and Rutgers University, including unique living-learning initiatives, community service, study abroad, leadership programs, student organizations, scholarship information, professional development workshops, and research opportunities. Douglass advising can help you identify the best programs to meet your future goals. Advising continues throughout the entire time you are at college.
Friday: Rebecca Reynolds, by appointment (firstname.lastname@example.org)
*If none of the above hours will work for you, please email Dean Rebecca Reynolds, email@example.com to arrange an appointment .
Peer to Peer Advising:Peer Academic Leaders in the residence halls (PALs), and the commuter Peer Academic Leader, will also help each student navigate the Rutgers system and refer her to general advisors or services as needed. The Barbara Voorhees Mentors in “Knowledge and Power” will also serve as resources and will discuss the content and academic expectations of the course while exposing students to campus programs and events.