Academic Advising is an important service at the Johns Hopkins School of Nursing (SON). Your Academic or Faculty Advisor is your primary resource regarding your educational experience.
- Who is my Advisor?
- How does Advising work at SON?
- How do I prepare for my advising session?
Who is my Advisor?
MSN: Entry into Nursing Program
Meet the MSN Entry Advising Team:
Theresa Cannone, M.A.
Theresa has been involved with higher education marketing, program management, and academic advising for over 20 years. She was the first Academic Advisor to the first cohort of MSN: Entry into Nursing students in 2015 and has been with the program ever since. She also now works with MSN Health Organizational Leadership students and enjoys helping all students navigate their nursing education journeys. In her spare time, Theresa enjoys gardening, cooking and eating at Baltimore’s many ethnic restaurants.
Anne Scoufalos, M.A.
Anne moved to the Baltimore area after living and teaching in Asia for six years. She holds a Bachelor’s Degree in History from Cedar Crest College and a Master’s Degree in TESOL from Notre Dame of Maryland University, and has worked in the field of education supporting students in higher education and k-12 for nearly 20 years. She enjoys reading, baking and learning languages in her spare time, as well as traveling to Japan to visit friends and family.
MSN Entry into Nursing students can request an individual advising appointment by emailing SON-MSNEntryAdvising@jhu.edu.
All Other SON Programs
Students in all other programs/tracks are assigned Faculty Advisors. You should meet with your Faculty Advisor once per semester at minimum. You can locate the name of your Faculty Advisor in SIS Self Service (under Registration -> Program of Study Info).
How does advising work at SON?
Students are encouraged to meet with their Advisors for support with:
- Plans of study;
- Future semester planning including choosing elective courses;
- Study tips
- SON policies and procedures;
- Program milestones;
- Accessing other campus resources; and
- Any issues that might affect academic performance.
How do I prepare for my advising session?
- Review the program catalog for guidelines, forms, etc….
- Be prepared with questions about the curriculum, program/major requirements, campus resources, etc.
- Have a general idea about how you are performing in your current classes.
- Review the online schedule for course availability and check prerequisites.
- Optional (but suggested): Set an agenda for the session and send to your advisor in advance of the meeting.