If you are a current Marygrove student, this is the place to be. You can do it all right here — from accessing your email and connecting with professors to viewing grades and landing your dream job. Not sure where to start? Let us help.
Note: Current and returning students can use WebAdvisor or come into the Student Service Center to register for fall 2013 classes, which begin September 3rd, 2013. Log into WebAdvisor and click on the “Search for Sections” link to find class sections. WebAdvisor has the most up-to-date information on classes, including day, time and section availability.
Blackboard – The online meeting place for students and professors. Get assignments, study materials and grades. Exchange ideas. Read up on the latest campus news and events. Check out current and past issues of Marygrove Matters. And that’s just the beginning.
WebAdvisor – The go-to spot to get and stay organized. Current students can register for classes, view grades, update email addresses and much more. Faculty members can access class rosters and enter grades. Just log in to see all the possibilities.
Want to make the most of your college experience? Of course you do! So check out the following:
Academic Advising Office – Develop educational, career and personal action plans with the help of our professional and helpful staff.
The Marygrove Learning Resource Center (MLRC) – From job readiness training and job placement assistance to free classes and comprehensive services in adult basic education (ABE), this is a one-stop educational shop.
Career Services – It’s never too early to start preparing for the rest of your life. We’ll help you do it right with career counseling, career assessment, professional development workshops and recruitment activities.
Athletics, Recreation, Student Clubs and Organizations – Move your body and engage your mind by getting involved in Marygrove intercollegiate sports, recreational activities, and student organizations.
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