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How has the job of a pre-major academic adviser changed at the University of Washington Bothell since the coronavirus pandemic forced remote operations? Stephanie Lê answers a few questions from N.L. Sweeney.
The coronavirus pandemic has distanced academic advising, but UW Bothell advisers are still available, still a resource that students can access.
In response to student requests, UW Bothell now offers a degree map for each major, charting a quarter-by-quarter path of suggested courses through college.
Students can find advice from six professionals in the UW Bothell First-Year and Pre-Major Program’s Academic Advising Office. But sometimes it helps to talk with an informed student – one of the five peer advisers in the Student Success Center.
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