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ECE Student Services Virtual Drop-In Advising via Zoom

Fall 2023


ECE Bachelors and Masters

Wednesdays 10am-12pm PST


ECE PhD and PDP Students Only

Thursdays 10am-12pm PST


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(Meeting ID: 959 7022 7791 - Passcode: 882623)
Note: Your assigned advisor may not be present at each drop-in session, but another ECE advisor will be able to assist you if that is the case.

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