Advising

The College of Forestry provides professional academic advisors who are experts on your curriculum, College and University policies, and student development. Our primary purpose is to assist our students in making the most of this educational opportunity. Your Forestry advisor will stay with you from orientation to graduation.

UPDATE March 13, 2020: COF Academic Advisors are working remotely and available to students by phone or email.  Advising appointments will be conducted by Zoom or phone.  

 

Granger, Autumn
Peavy Hall 116-J
(541) 737-9135
(541) 791-6733 (mobile)
Majors: Natural Resources, Renewable Materials, Prospective Students
Huber, McKenzie
Peavy Hall 116-F
(541) 737-2873
(541) 224-6936 (mobile)
Majors: Natural Resources
Jameson, Sandy
Peavy Hall 116-C
(541) 737-6548
(541) 250-0053 (mobile)
Majors: Forest Engineering, Forest/Civil Engineering, Forestry
Kent, Nicole
Peavy Hall 116-H
(541) 737-1592
(541) 224-7861 (mobile)
Majors: Recreation Resource Management
McLachlain, Terina
Peavy Hall 116-L
(541) 737-2088
(541) 207-3580 (mobile)
Majors: Natural Resources
Thompson, Beth
Peavy Hall 116-G
(541) 737-1179
(541) 257-5503 (mobile)
Majors: Natural Resources, Tourism & Outdoor Leadership

Current COF Students

  • are required to meet with their academic advisor at least once every quarter
  • can schedule using the link next to their advisor's name above

Current OSU Students in other majors
can schedule an appointment with the following Academic Advisors for information on a specific major:

  • Forestry, Forest Engineering, Forest/Civil Engineering: Sandy Jameson
  • Natural Resources: Terina McLachlain
  • Renewable Materials: Autumn Granger
  • Tourism, Recreation & Adventure Leadership: Beth Thompson
  • Undecided: Autumn Granger

Prospective Students

Newly Admitted COF Students

  • First-Years, Transfers, and Post-Baccs who have not attended OSU previously should register for a START orientation session
  • Post-Baccs who previously completed coursework at OSU should schedule an appointment with the Academic Advisor for their major