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Academic Advising Team

Meet the Academic Advising Team

 

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Nicole Cammann Assistant Vice President for Academic Support

Hometown: Eagle, Idaho
Education: College of Idaho, PEAK Graduate! Masters in Educational Leadership, Higher Education from Northern Arizona University
First-Year Advice: Live by your college-sponsored e-mail! YoteMail is the most important lifeline on this campus and is something you should check at least five times a day! Faculty, advisors, administration, student services, events - all will only e-mail you here. Be active and present in your e-mail to be a successful and involved student.
Student Groups: I work closely with incoming students, particularly student-athletes. I work with all students through major/minor changes and degree-progression issues. I support and guide our Academic Standing Program, so I advise all students on academic warnings and suspensions.
How to Schedule: My scheduling link is the best way.

 

Hometown: Middleton, Idaho
Education: College of Idaho graduate! Bachelor's in Biology with minors in Psychology and Art and Design. 
First-Year Advice: Reach out to your professors if you're struggling with their classes because their job is to help you succeed. Do not be afraid! If you are worried about bothering them, remember that their profession is based on helping students.

Student Groups: I mainly work with first-year international students and non-athlete students. I also work with all students that are going through major/minor changes or have academic warnings/suspensions. 
How to Schedule: My scheduling link is the best way.

 

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Dr. Blake Densley Health & Human Performance Lecturer/Pre-Health Advisor

Hometown: Kent, Washington
Education: Bachelor of Science in Exercise Science from Linfield College (now University); Masters in Exercise Physiology from the University of Utah; Doctorate in Education with a focus in Kinesiology from Boise State University.
Pre Health Application Advice: Becoming a health professional is a full-term journey! What does this mean? It begins as a freshperson and continues through walking across the stage at graduation, and beyond! It’s a commitment that includes consistent lab science courses (you should plan to take 2 each semester, among other academic prerequisites), extracurricular involvement, and lots of devoted study time. You may also be thinking “I know beyond a shadow of a doubt I want to be a ____.” You fill in the blank. You may find that that’s not entirely accurate after a year or two. Let’s work together to help you grow toward your ideal professional!
Student Groups: Any student interested in pursuing a health-related profession following their time at the College of Idaho is in my wheelhouse. Let’s chat nursing, physician assistant, physician, physical or occupational therapy, public health, dental, optometry, veterinary… need I say more? I also am the advisor for the pre-health club on campus.
How to schedule: Use my scheduling link available here