Academic and Student Affairs

Student Success & Support

The Office of Academic and Student Affairs Tools for Success

The School of Health Professions provides students with opportunities to gain skills in areas like:

  • Academic Recovery
  • Stress, Anxiety & Time Management
  • Study, Note & Test Taking Skills
  • Career & Organization Planning
  • Additional Student Support Resources
  • Wellness Workshops
Shayne Washington

J. Shayne Washington, EdD
Sr. Specialist for Learning & Career Counseling
School of Health Professions, Office 4.218 SHP/SON Building

P: 409-772-3054
E: jswashin@utmb.edu

To request/schedule a session, send an email to jswashin@utmb.edu and include the following:

  • Name, Student ID and Department
  • Contact number (in case we experience technical difficulties)
  • Dates and times that are feasible for you

Additional Resources

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Contact Us

Office of Academic and Student Affairs
301 University Blvd.
Galveston, TX 77555-1036
O: SHP/SON 4.224
P: 409-772-9411
F: 409-772-1550
E: shp.academicaffairs@utmb.edu

Site managed by the School of Health Professions • Last Updated: 05-MAY-2021