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SPS Students- Are you ready for fall?


Dear SPS Student-


We hope that you are having a very productive summer, whether you are spending it with us in summer semester classes, or enjoying it with your friends and family. We hope to have you back in classes for the Fall 2012 semester, and we have a lot of exciting developments coming your way.



This fall, we want to get you even more involved than ever. In addition to having a robust student government association in SPS, we are going to partner with a number of industry associations to help you network, learn more about your field, and show you how to use your new skills to improve your outlook. Stay tuned with for meetings with the Project Management Institute (PMI), National Women MBA Association, Society for Human Resource Managers (SHRM), Hotel Association of Greater Washington, and more.



Did you know that you can do the following activities online now?

  • Accept your financial aid online (no more standing in line)
  • Sign up for Direct Deposit for your Fall 2012 refund check
  • Check your online Academic Plan and see what courses you have left to take. You can even put them in your cart so that you always take what you need.


Three Easy Steps to Get it Done:

  1. Log into Self Service at
  2. Sign in “My Financial Aid” to check financial aid status in Self Service and to accept awards online
  3. Go to “My Finances” and go to “payments and refunds” to sign up for direct deposit for their fall refund checks


In fact, with all of these new features, you may want to attend Understanding Your Academic Plan and Self Service 101 Workshops this fall to make sure that you optimize technology and stay out of line. Check the schedule for workshops and seminars at



Whether you are looking for a new employer or a promotion at your current job, you may want to check out the new Career Services Center. In addition to its location at the library, there are jobs, interviewing tips and other information that you can access online at There will be career fairs and other important workshops this fall. Log in today!



We are certainly ready for you, and classes are filling up fast. Take a look at your academic plan and select classes that fit for you at If you need to talk to your academic advisor, give them a call at (202) 884-9620 or email them according to the list below. As part of our continuing commitment to service, there will be changes to advising this summer. We will make sure to keep you updated on new developments. 

Academic Program Students’ Last Name Academic Advisor Academic Advisor’s

Email Address

BS Business/BADM A & B VR Nemani
BS Business/BADM C thru Z Nicole Herd
BA Communication/COM All Nicole Herd
BS Criminal Justice/CRJ A & B Thomas Mostowy
BS Criminal Justice/CRJ C thru Z Dr. Stephanie McKissic
AA General Studies/THEARC All Candice Washington
BA General Studies/GST ALL Richard Opoku
BA Human Relations/HUMR A & B Dr. Daryl Thorne
BA Human Relations/HUMR C thru Z Dr. Stephanie McKissic
BS Pre- Nursing/Health Science All Richard Opoku
Master’s of Business Administration/MBA A thru M Dr. Kelley Wood or

Dean Brooks or

Master’s of Business Administration/MBA N thru Z Dr. Stephanie McKissic
MA Communications & Media Studies/COM ALL Dr. Stephanie McKissic
MA International Security Studies/ISS ALL Dr. John Davis


Master’s of Science in Administration/MSA A thru M Dr. Stanley Nwoji
Master’s of Science in Administration/MSA N thru Z Nicole Herd




Please let us know if there is anything else that you need this summer. We look forward to seeing you this fall.








Telaekah Brooks, JD

Dean, School of Professional Studies

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