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Academic advising is a reciprocal relationship between academic advisors and advisees. Below is useful information regarding the expectations of advisors and advisees in the academic advising relationship.
Academic Advisors help students to make and reach academic, career, and life goals. In this process, advisors expected to:
Students are responsible for their educational experience. In the academic advising relationship, students are expected to:
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June 11-15, 2013: Final exam period
June 16, 2013: Commencement
June 24, 2013: Summer Quarter classes begin
June 30, 2013: Last day to add/drop - 1st 4-week, 8-week sessions
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