Diller is a transfer mobility advisor and he can help you with all things Red Dragon, from course recommendations here at SUNY Broome to financial aid, student life and support services. Considering that SUNY Broome is Cortland’s second or third largest feeder school, it’s an important service.
“We’re filling up fast,” he said on his second official day back on campus.
His goal is to forge connections early on with prospective transfer students to make their transition as pain-free as possible. Popular majors of inquiring students include early childhood education, sports management, physical education and exercise science, although there is a wide variety across the board.
Diller began his outreach on campus in the Spring 2017 semester, during which he met with 52 students. He hopes to continue on this trajectory and meet with more prospective SUNY Cortland students this semester.
He is on campus weekly on alternating Mondays and Tuesdays, although he’s willing to add dates and availability in accordance with student demand. You can make an appointment at cortland.edu/transfer-path or email him at Gregory.firstname.lastname@example.org for more information.
All appointments will be at SUNY Broome in the Academic Advising Department located in SS-210. Diller will ask you to fill out a form before your appointment takes place, so he can more adequately address your needs. Make sure to bring a copy of your DegreeWorks, so he can see your courses.
You don’t have to be committed to SUNY Cortland to make an appointment, or on the verge of graduation. Even if you have a mild interest, it’s always good to pay a visit and explore your options – and the earlier, the better.