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Merrick School of Business

Academic Advising

Coordinating your life and planning your courses is often a stressful task. 

Contact Information  

Advising Hours (subject to change):

  • Monday-Thursday, 9-6 p.m.
  • Friday, 9-4:30 p.m.
  • By appointment

Location:

11 W. Mt. Royal Ave., Thumel Business Center, suite 142

Undergraduate Business programs advisers are assigned by the first letter of a student's last name. For advising appointments call, 410.837.4944.

  • A-G: Michael Swaby-Rowe
  • H-O: Dawn Taylor
  • P-Z: Jackie Lewis

Graduate business programs advisers are assigned by program. For advising appointments, call 410.837.6591.

  • Ray Frederick advises students in the Master of Science programs, M.B.A.program, certificates and Master's Advantage program.

The School of Business provides the guidance and support you need to complete your program in a timely manner. 

Our team of advisers provide information on School of Business programs, policies and procedures and help our students climb the steps to success. The Merrick Advising Center (MAC) is located on the first floor of the Thumel Business Center.  Academic advisement is available in the daytime and evening hours. Scheduled appointments are recommended. 

All new candidates will receive a personalized program plan of study and must meet with an adviser prior to registering for their first semester. Students in the online programs (webBachelor's or webMBA) and who do not have access to the campus, will be advised electronically.

Although the academic adviser will assist the student in planning a program, each student must assume responsibility for knowing curriculum requirements and seeing that these requirements are met.

Remember, the MAC is your key to planning your academic career. Take advantage of our advising resources and schedule an appointment today. Contact the Merrick Advising Center to schedule an appointment. Our advisers are happy to meet with you to develop plan of study to meet your learning and professional development needs.