Make a 15-minute appointment with me at my office
(L331) using Outlook.
Earlier in the term is better than later; it makes a lot of sense to be
advised in week 6. Week 10 is hectic, and appointments made for that week
run a high risk of being canceled and rescheduled to finals week.
- If you request more than 15 minutes, you must explain
- Appointments must be between 10am and 4pm. (I'm usually in
before 10, but I need that early morning time for grading.)
- Include your username first in the subject, such as "cliftonj advising",
so I know who to expect.
- Try to make your request request at least 12 hours in
advance; I can sometimes accept same-day appointments, but my
schedule is often too busy.
For instructions on using Outlook to make an appointment and additional constraints,
If you are coming for advising in week 11 or the first half of the term,
you can make an appointment but you can also just come by my
office. Appointments are only necessary for weeks 7 to 10.