Advising & Instruction Team
We are a team of dedicated educators
Who teach and advise students through our outstanding undergraduate and master’s degree programs. Our students come to MCB from a variety of backgrounds and from across the globe. We embrace that diversity and are committed to creating an environment where everyone can thrive.
The MCB Instructional Program is the center of curriculum and instruction in the School of MCB. Many courses are led by Instructional Program personnel, while others work in partnership with MCB faculty to deliver high-quality instruction at scale.
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MCB's Center for Advising strives to create a welcoming and inclusive community of support to empower all our students to take ownership of their education, create an enriching academic experience, and achieve their academic, professional, and personal goals. Advisors can help you map your path to achieve your goals, combine your education and passions for enriching careers, and help you build the skills and confidence to become your best self.
MCB Learning Center
The MCB Learning Center is available to students for individual or group study sessions. Most MCB teaching assistants, and some instructors, host office hours in the center. Specific course and instructor hours are posted at the entrance. Students can meet with any TA assigned to their specific MCB course, regardless of the discussion they are enrolled in. The room is equipped Apple computers for students.
Location: 101 Burrill Hall
Hours: 8:30 a.m.-5 p.m., Monday-Friday
Closed during campus breaks and summer.
MCB Instructional Program
127 Burrill Hall, MC-119
407 South Goodwin Avenue, Urbana, IL 61801
Advising & Instruction Team Directory
Prospective students: firstname.lastname@example.org
Current students: email@example.com
Para obtener información en español, comuníquese con: Alejandra Stenger, teléfono 217-244-7241
To make an advising appointment, visit the online scheduler, call 217-333-6774, or visit us. Enter through 101 Burrill Hall, then take the stairs or elevator to room 200 and check-in with our receptionist.