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Office of Academic Advising
The Office of Academic Advising serves as a resource for all Fontbonne undergraduate students. The office is responsible for overseeing the advising program, ensuring that each student is assigned an appropriate academic advisor in his or her field of study. The office's professional staff will meet with incoming undecided students and act as a resource for any student who is considering a change of major, minor, certification or concentration, a double major, or dual degree. Any student is welcomed to visit this office with general academic questions. Students who are new to the University are especially encouraged visit with the office to gain awareness of academic policies and procedures and also knowledge of the services and opportunities available to them. Please come by the office in Ryan Hall room 107, call (314) 719-3654, or email Academicadvising@fontbonne.edu for more information.
Academic Advising Mission Statement:
Academic Advising at Fontbonne University is an integral part of the larger mission of the University. Our academic advisors are dedicated to reaching out to students and to encouraging their students to take responsibility for their own educational decisions, to develop their own academic and career plans, and to fully utilize the campus resources available to help them in reaching these goals.
The Kinkel Center for Academic Resources, located in Room 205 of the Jack C. Taylor Library, provides academic tutoring, at no cost, for all Fontbonne students in the subject areas of business, math, science and writing. Disability services are available to students with disabilities seeking academic accommodations. Test proctoring services are available as well. Call (314) 889-4571 for additional information, to schedule tutoring, or a meeting with the Disability Services Coordinator, or to arrange for a test proctor. To schedule an appointment online, please click on this link: Kinkel Center Web Scheduler.