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Lydia Greenberg
Office Staff
Favorite place on campus: 

Terrace and Allen Centennial Gardens.

Tip for undergraduates: 

Don’t sweat the small stuff. One bad class or difficult semester will not affect the rest of your life. When you get too stressed take a 5 minute walk, eat some ice cream, or listen to your favorite song to clear your head; you’ll get through it!

Nora Hammer
Freshman Advisor
Favorite place on campus: 

The Discovery Building, if you're looking for a great place to study.

Tip for undergraduates: 

Don't be afraid to reach out and get help, early and often.

Emily Laabs
Transfer Advisor
Favorite place on campus: 

Babcock Hall Dairy Store

Tip for undergraduates: 

Make time for yourself. While it is tempting to always surround yourself with people and get involved on campus, alone time will become extremely important to you in college. Be sure to carve out time to reflect and think about how you are doing.

Ann Groves Lloyd
Freshman Advisor
Favorite place on campus: 

Lakeshore path by the Lakeshore residence halls

Tip for undergraduates: 

*Go to class!* If you attend lectures, discussions, and labs regularly, as well as stay on top of the assignments/readings, preparation for exams and writing papers will be *so* much easier. Oh, how I wish someone had told me that my first semester!

Chris Logterman
Interim Director
Favorite place on campus: 

Allen Centennial Gardens and Botany Gardens

Tip for undergraduates: 

Ask for help when you need it, regardless of whether it is to find a classroom in a building or to gain instruction through tutoring and everything in between. There are many people on campus willing, and happy to help, but no one will know you need help if you do not ask.

Tim Scott
Freshman Advisor
Favorite place on campus: 

Chazen Museum of Art. Cool, rotating exhibits, and it’s FREE. Go for fifteen minutes, or five hours.

Tip for undergraduates: 

Study abroad. I worked in the field for several years, and so many of my students came back and said, “This was the best semester/year of my life."

Sarah Seibold
Freshman Advisor
Favorite place on campus: 

All of the little “hidden” libraries on campus (like the Art Library)

Tip for undergraduates: 

Find time to get involved in a meaningful way on campus and in your community. It will make for a more enriching learning experience, keep you connected to outside academics, and prepare you for life after college.