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Your ECE academic advisor is always your first point of contact regarding Departmental, College, and University policies and procedures. In most cases, if you do not contact your advisor first, you will be referred back to the ECE Department. In the event that your advisor needs to refer you to another office within the University or College, she will do so.
Graduate School Presentation
Interested in Graduate School? This presentation for seniors (PDF) by Dr. William A. Davis discusses graduate school options for seniors in ECE.
The ECE Department uses a professional advising system in which ECE advisors provide
- academic advising
- career advising
- personal counseling and referrals
- individual and group academic support programs
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Students are assigned ECE advisors based on the first letter of their last name.
Ms. Mary Taylor
Dr. Leslie Pendleton,
ECE uses a faculty technical advising referral system. Students with technical questions about specific courses or career paths are referred by their advisor to the appropriate faculty members in the area of interest. Some popular technical specialties.
ECE advisors collaborate with the Office of Career Services to provide guidance related to
- choice of major and career path
- Co-op and internship programs
- permanent job search
- graduate or professional study
The ECE advisors work closely with the staff in the ECE graduate office to provide guidance related to graduate study in ECE at Virginia Tech.
ECE students in the Co-op/Internship Program are assigned a co-op/internship coordinator. These coordinators are staff members in the Office of Career Services. All ECE students should take advantage of the excellent services offered by the Office of Career Services. www.career.vt.edu
ECE students participating in the University Honors Program should contact the departmental honors advisor, Dr. Leslie Pendleton, early in their academic programs.