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Welcome, from the Science and Engineering Advising Center!
Whether you are currently pursuing a major in the College of Science and Engineering, a Seattle University student exploring your options, a prospective student, or if you are interested in exploring health professions, we are available to assist you! Our office is comprised of three academic advisors, an administrative assistant, and peer mentors ready to support and guide you throughout your educational journey. Additionally, Associate Dean, Dr. Mara Rempe, is available for questions regarding student petitions.
We look forward to getting to know you!
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Dr. Mara Rempe
Associate Dean for the College of Science & Engineering
Dr. Rebecca K. Pazdral
Academic & Pre-Health Advising Supervisor
Dr. Rebecca Pazdral joins us as the College Advising Center supervisor and pre-health advisor. Rebecca brings eight years of pre-health advising experience to the College. She earned her MA from Lewis & Clark College and her DEd in Educational Leadership in Higher Education at the University of Oregon. Most recently, she comes to us from Loyola Marymount University. She is often accompanied by Doozy, her service dog.
Academic Advising Coordinator
Carly Darcher grew up in the south Seattle area. She earned a BA in Communication from Western Washington University and MEd in Student Development Administration from Seattle U. Following employment at Highline Community College and Western Washington University, she returned to SU as an Academic Specialist for 6 years in the Registrar’s Office. Carly's advising focuses on pre-engineering and pre-science students as well as New Student Registration.
Millena Williams is a native of Louisiana where she earned a BA in Political Communication from Louisiana State University. Millena has worked for AmeriCorps NCCC, providing direct service and leadership development for young adults across eight states. As the Undergraduate Leadership Development Program Assistant for the Albers School of Business and Economics at SU, she is pursuing an MEd with the desire to work with service learning or leadership development programs at the university level.
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