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Sample academic advising syllabi from a variety of colleges and universities
Arizona State University
Austin Peay State University
Boise State University
College of Charleston
IUPUI, Psychology Department
Kansas State University
Miami of Ohio, Hamilton Campus
Oregon State University, University Exploratory Studies Program
Owens Community College
University of La Verne
University of Louisville
University of Memphis
University of Michigan,
University of Minnesota
University of Minnesota Morris
University of Oregon
Wayne State University
Western Oregon University
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Techniques and activities to promote academic advising
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