applying to the University must meet with an advisor from the program
at the time of application. Students are expected to work closely with
their advisor. Students in their clinical year meet regularly with an
assigned university education coordinator or liaison. Students in the
clinical year meet periodically with the Committee for Clinical Laboratory
Experience (CCLE) to monitor progress.
Careful and comprehensive advising is a key to student success in the
University and entails student, faculty and University support services.
Clinical Science majors are required to consult with an advisor each
semester before registration. Students must provide the program with
official copies of transcripts from all institutions attended. Each
student should purchase the University Catalog and become familiar with
the academic program and relevant policies and procedures before his/her
first advising session.
General advisement is available through the School of Health Student
Services Center at 1-800-344-5484.