Consultation Request

Research Commons Consultation Request

  • IMPORTANT: Consultations are available for the fall semester of 2018 (September 17 to December 14) term according to the schedule below.

    Note: The Graduate Students providing consultation hours have limited availability as detailed in their available hours. These consults tend to fill up quickly. In certain cases you may need to wait up to three weeks for your consultation. Thank you in advance for your patience and understanding.

    Consultations for the fall semester of 2018 (September 17 to December 14) term will be available for Thesis Formatting, Citation Management, NVivo, SPSS, R, and GIS. Appointments are available in 30-minute or 1-hour increments. To request an appointment, please fill out the form below.

    This is a request form only. One of our Research Commons student experts will get back to you with a confirmation email once an appointment has been finalized and scheduled.

    Consultation appointments are located in Koerner Library, Room 218A (second floor, one floor below the main entrance), unless otherwise indicated.

    All consultations are by appointment only.

  • Request an appointment time

  • Consultations are available ONLY during the following times for FALL 2018:

    Citation Management:
    • Mondays: 9:30 am – 2 pm
    • Wednesdays 12:30 pm - 2 pm

    • Thursdays, 2pm-4pm

    • Wednesdays, 9 am - 12 pm
    • Thursdays, 10 am - 1 pm

    R (#rstat)
    • Wednesdays 1 pm - 4 pm
    • Fridays 10 am - 1 pm

    • Wednesdays 1 pm - 4 pm
    • Fridays 10 am - 1 pm

    Thesis Formatting:
    • Thursdays 10 am - 1 pm

    Please list your preferred date and time below.
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  • Select an alternate appointment time (optional)

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  • Thank you for using our Consultation Request Form.
    You will receive a confirmation email from one of our facilitators with your finalized appointment time.

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