I have an open door policy to create more flexibility for students to stop by. What does this mean? Simply drop by my office and I am happy to help as long as we are not with another student. This goal is to create more flexibility for student schedules, so we look forward to seeing you all throughout the week. (I am virtual on Mondays though, so don't anticipate finding my in Knoy then.)
BoilerConnect is available for students assigned to me to schedule appointments with me. You will receive an email confirmation upon scheduling an appointment that will include information on how to access my web chat or my office location, dependent on the route by which you chose to meet. https://www.purdue.edu/boilerconnect/
If you are not assigned to me and wish to meet, please email me at firstname.lastname@example.org with your availability and preferred meeting method, and I will schedule a meeting time.
Please feel free to email me at email@example.com. Please know that I am still here to help, so do not hesitate to reach out with any and all questions. If you are having trouble finding resources, please reach out so I can help connect you.
You may also call me at 765-494-0364; please leave a detailed voicemail if I do not answer and include your phone number. I will return all calls as soon as possible.
CODO Walk-in Hours (For CODO Applications)
Please email firstname.lastname@example.org, use CODO as your subject line, and an advisor will consult with you via email or set up a phone appointment. Be sure you have read through our CODO website and completed all necessary steps prior to reaching out. Once you have a completed CODO application, you should also have access to schedule with us via Boilerconnect. Again, if there are issues please email email@example.com for assistance.