Environmental Conditions and Their Influence on Academic Advising Offices


  • Melanie Marshall Mercer University




academic, advising, environment, office


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Author Biography

Melanie Marshall, Mercer University

Melanie Marshall is an area coordinator for Mercer University in Macon, GA. She can be reached at marshall_me@mercer.edu.


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