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Pat Capps Covey College of Allied Health Professions
 
 
Additional Advising Support
   
•  Allied Health Advisors
•  Pre-Health Advisors
•  Advising Services
•  Additional Advising Support
•  Orientation
•  Transfer Credit FAQ
•  Scheduling Classes FAQ
•  Preparing for Professional Programs FAQ
       
  Pre-Health Professions Students Developmental Studies Students  
  Honors Students Student-Athletes  
       
 
Pre-Health Professions Students
 
Students who are pre-medicine, pre-dental, pre-pharmacy, pre-veterinary, pre-podiatry, or pre-optometry are encouraged to meet with the Health Preprofessional Advisor, Dr. Cindy Stanfield or Ms. Patty Davis. Dr. Stanfield and Ms. Davis are located in HAHN #4004, and can be reached at 251-445-9280 to schedule an advising appointment. Information is available to all students, regardless of their undergraduate major, about the particular application required for their professional program, the required test (MCAT, DAT, etc.), the interview, and other admission requirements.

All pre-professional students are encouraged to meet with both Dr. Stanfield or Ms. Davis and their Allied Health advisor.

Pre-Health Professions website

 
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Developmental Studies Students
 

Students admitted to the University through the Developmental Studies program must meet with Ms. LaDora Howard regarding any courses needed for remediation. Ms. Howard is located in the Alpha Hall East Building, Room 232, and can be reached at 251-460-7155.

Developmental Studies students also are welcome to meet with an Allied Health advisor to discuss their chosen major and career goals.

 
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Honors Students
 

Students accepted into the Honors Program must complete a number of honors-designated courses to receive special Honors recognition at graduation.
Dr. Robert Coleman, Director, Honors Program, can be reached at 251-461-1637.

Your Allied Health advisor will monitor the honors requirements as you progress through your degree program, but close consultation with Dr. Coleman is strongly recommended.

 
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Student-Athletes
 

As student-athletes plan their courses for each semester, they must consult with their Allied Health advisor as well as the athletic advisors available in the Athletic Department. Completion of an Athletic Advising form is required prior to each term to best satisfy degree requirements and to meet NCAA guidelines.

 
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University of South Alabama Pat Capps Covey College of Allied Health Professions