Advising Day

Classroom to Career, Your Plan Starts Here!


One-on-one advising

Program exploration

Funding application assistance

Enter to WIN a RESERVED PARKING SPACE for one quarter

 Connection to campus & community based resources


Have you ever asked yourself these questions:

  • What is my career goal?
  • Does my Green River degree or certificate help me obtain my career goal?
  • Am I taking the right classes for my degree?
  • How do I plan out my classes from start to finish?
  • How long is it going to take to finish my degree?
  • How do I pay for my tuition, fees and books?

We have answers!

Advising Day

Wednesday, Jan. 30, 2019
9 a.m. - 3 p.m. Mel Lindbloom Student Union Building
3 - 6 p.m. Career and Advising Center, SA-104

Meet with Faculty advisers from different areas of interest:

  • Exploratory (which includes undecided and AA transfer)
  • Business
  • Health
  • STEM
  • Social and Human Services
  • Trades
  • Arts and Humanities
  • College Readiness

Attend workshops; get help on your FAFSA, scholarship applications, and information on other funding resources; and enter a drawing to win prizes, including reserved parking spots.

TRiO, Running Start, International Programs, ESOL, and Open Doors students should connect with their assigned advisors on additional advising services and resources available/required on this day.

Career/Technical Advising

Outside of the Student Union Building

  • IT Group Advising (TC 120 or 129) 9 a.m. - 12 p.m.
  • Computer Reporting Technology (SH 356-02) 9 a.m. - 12 p.m.
  • Accounting (SH 220-50 & 54) 9 a.m. - 12 p.m.
  • Business Technologies (SH 220-46) 8 a.m. - 3 p.m.
  • Natural Resources (SH110) 8:30 - 11 a.m.; Natural Resources Entry Code Sign out (CH 113)
  • Carpentry (TT300) 9 a.m. - 2 p.m.
  • Machine Manufacturing MFG (TT500) 8 a.m. - 1:30 p.m. and 3:30 - 5 p.m.
  • Auto (TT100) 7 - 8 p.m.
  • Welding (TT600) 7 - 8 p.m.

Faculty Schedules for Advising Day

Find a faculty or staff adviser on Advising Day!

9 a.m. - 12 p.m. in the Student Union

Arts & Humanities
Phil Smith - Ed Planner
Social Sciences and Human Services
Aileen Arsenio - Ed Planner
Ty Barnes, Philosophy Jaeney Hoene, English 
Robin Bowles, Drama Allison Jansen, Political Science 
Jason Counihan, Math  Leslie Kessler, ECE 
Lina Pittser, English Michelle Marshmann, History 
Joshua Kessler, Japanese  David Nelson, Math 
Erin Fernandez Mommer, Spanish  Shelley Pahlow, Math 
Michael Moreno, English  Suzanne Reilly, Anthropology 
Ruth Mueller, Music  Ron Riley, Criminal Justice 
Patrick Navin, Photography  Tim Scharks, Geography 
Carel Neffenger, Communications Studies  Marcie Sims, English 
Gary Oliveria, Photography  Carsh Wilturner, Psychology 

Exploratory
Josh Staffieri - Career and Advising
Health
Don Thomas II - Ed Planner
Alan Beckwith, Math  Jitendra Gangaram, Math 
Lara Michaels, Math  Jeanine Hatfield, Nursing 
Julie Moore, English  Pam Kikillus, PTA 
Jody Segal, Library  Melissa Porras Monroe, OTA
Ian Sherman, English  Roland Vieira, Anatomy Physiology/Biology 
 
Business
Srey Chea - Ed Planner
STEM
Lady Ivory Boyd - Ed Planner
Mark Blaisdell, Economics  Adrienne Battle, Physics 
Leanna Bordner, Business BAS  Steve Black, Math 
Tim Broxholm, Business Management  Marc Barrington, English 
Donnie Hallstone, Math  Keith Clay, Physics 
Amanda Schaefer, English  Sue Critchlow, Chemistry 
  Wendy Lundquist, Chemistry 
  Xiaoqian (Lily) Ma, Engineering 
  Michael Macon, Math 
  Samantha Smith, Math 
  Brian Stubbs, Physics

12 - 3 p.m. in the Student Union

Arts and Humanities
Phil Smith - Ed Planner
Social Sciences and Human Services
Aileen Arsenio - Ed Planner
Rebeka Ferreira, Philosophy  Brazell Carter, History 
Sarah Dillon Gilmartin, Art Rob Jonas, Math 
Kirsten Higgens, English  Leslie Kessler, ECE 
Sam Krahn, Music Katherine Lawson, Sociology 
Paul Metivier, Ceramics   Jerry Marshall, Psychology 
Richard Potsubay, English   Mark Thomason, History 
 
Exploratory
Josh Staffieri - Career and Advising
Health
Don Thomas II - Ed Planner
Vik Bahl, English  Emily Beals, English
Yoav Duman, Political Science  Laurie Centauri, Chemistry 
Jack Frye, English  Lisa Nelson, Nursing  
Lisa Luengo, Humanities   
Rochelle Mitchell, Math   
 
Business
Srey Chea - Ed Planner
STEM
Lady Ivory Boyd - Ed Planner
RJ Amador, Business Management  Steve Brumbaugh, Biology 
Leanna Bordner, Business/BAS  Neil Duldulao, Chemistry 
Frank Primiani, Law (12 - 2 p.m.)  Kathyrn Hoppe, Earth Science
Walter Lowe, English  Seunghye Jang, Engineering 
  Mike Kenyon, Math
  Ajay Narayanan, Physics
  Katy Shaw, Earth Science 

3 - 6 p.m. in the Career and Advising Center, SA-104

Arts and HumanitiesSocial Sciences and Human Services
Katie Cunnion, Library Joy Crawford, Psychology
Kelly Eisenhour, Music   
Jennifer Rohan, Library   
 
ExploratoryHealth
Marji MacKenzie, Library Lisa Finnsson, OTA
 
BusinessSTEM
Leanna Bordner, Business/BAS Chitra, Solomonson, Physics
Nicole Harris, BAS Business