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Advising Center

 

The Advising Center provides advising support on all aspects of what it takes to be a successful student. Our advisers assist you with navigating university rules and regulations, selecting courses and troubleshooting any academic difficulties you may encounter.

We'll advise you on the Marylhurst Core and transferable coursework completed at other colleges and universities. We can help you connect with the more specialized services offered elsewhere on campus, too.

Whether you are new to the college experience or a transfer student, we're here to help.

Stop by and chat with us -- no appointment needed -- and learn more about how we can help you navigate your Marylhurst experience. If you prefer, you may call us at 503.534.4050 or email advisingcenter@marylhurst.edu.

The Advising Center is located on the second floor, south end, of the B.P. John Administration Building.

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May 24, 2016

Information Session: 3-to-4 Credit Conversion

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