Offices of Student Affairs

Office of Student Affairs


Office of Student Affairs Mission Statement

In concert with the mission statement of The University of Toledo College of Pharmacy and Pharmaceutical Sciences, the mission of the Office of Student Affairs is to provide current and prospective students with advising and support services that help to ensure their success in completing their College degree programs. The staff is dedicated to supplying the highest quality of "pharmacy student care" possible.

College of Pharmacy and Pharmaceutical Sciences Mission Statement

The mission of the College of Pharmacy and Pharmaceutical Sciences is to educate students to become pharmacists and pharmaceutical scientists while advancing pharmaceutical knowledge. Guiding principles are personal integrity, respect for humanity and human diversity, and professionalism.

What services are available through the Office of Student Affairs?

Students in the College of Pharmacy and Pharmaceutical Sciences have access to a variety of support services through the Student Affairs Offices. First and foremost are academic advising services.  Advising is available for all UToledo pre-pharmacy and professional division students.  Reasons you may consider making an advising appointment or come to the OSA include, but are not limited to, the following: 

  • A.C.P.E Handbook, available for reference Scheduling questions
  • Difficulties in class
  • Advice regarding University academic policies (i.e., add/drop, grade deletions, pass/no credit)
  • Advice regarding University programs and resources (i.e., student organizations, tutoring hours)
  • Personal issues (all appointments are confidential)
  • GPA calculation scenarios / Science GPA calculations
  • Degree options / career choices
  • Graduation clearance
  • Enrollment and graduation verification
  • Certificate of Pharmacy Education - PharmD
  • Progression forms
  • P2-P3 Matriculation forms
  • Leave of Absence
  • Change of majors
  • Transfer credit questions and advising
  • Consortium agreement signatures
  • Academic performance issues
  • Degree Audit questions
  • Curriculum questions
  • Academic Performance meetings with Associate Deans
  • BSPS progression form
  • University forms
  • Notary services
  • First aid
  • Glass case postings in Wolfe Hall 1st floor hallway (tutoring info and hours, misc. Student Affairs information)
  • Dean’s & President's list mailing
  • Form processing (i.e., degree verification, intern’s license, transient student, car insurance-good student)
  • Variety of services for Student Organizations
    • Access to glass cases
    • Authorization to post signage/flyers


How to make an advising appointment

Students may email advisors directly at or use this Advising Quick Question Form link which can also be found under the Pharmacy tab in the portal.

Pre-Pharmacy students can also call the Main Campus Office of Student Affairs 419.530.1970 to make an advising appointment.

PharmD and BSPS professional division students can call the Health Science Campus Office of Student Affairs at 419.383.1904.

Walk-in advising is not available at this time, but students are welcome to schedule appointments in the format that works best for them.

Please be aware that you must schedule appointments at least one day ahead of time. Advisors' calendars show available appointments for only up to 2 weeks in the future.

Advising appointments are typically scheduled in 30-minute increments unless requested otherwise by the student or advisor.

Office Hours:

HSC:   Monday through Friday 8:30 a.m. - 12:00 p.m. and 1:00 p.m. - 5:00 p.m.

MC:     Monday through Friday 8:30 a.m. - 5:00 p.m.

Closed Saturdays, Sundays, and University holidays

Advisor Responsibilities

Student Responsibilities

We will:

  • Provide contact info and post office hours.
  • Clearly communicate curriculum, requirements, policies and procedures.
  • Make referrals to other campus resources as needed to meet their educational and personal goals.
  • Provide accurate and relevant information.
  • Act in the best interest of students.
  • Guide and assist students through the course selection, registration, academic and career exploration processes.
  • Treat advising conversations as confidential (in accordance with FERPA guidelines).

You are expected to:

  • Set, change, or cancel appointments with your academic advisor in a timely manner.
  • Meet with your advisor on a regular basis and come prepared to your advising appointment.
  • Be open and honest about your educational goals and ask questions about issues you do not understand.
  • Follow through on advisor recommendations, suggested actions, resources and referrals.
  • Understand and accept that you are ultimately responsible for your education and decisions.

Tips for successful advising appointments

  • See your advisor every term, even if it isn't required.
  • Come prepared for your advising appointment by bringing any questions you have so your advisor can address them (you may want to keep a running list of questions in the Notes app in your phone).
  • Arrive on time for your appointment. If you are late, you are cheating yourself of time with your advisor. Call or go online to cancel an appointment you cannot keep.
  • Be honest and open (advisors cannot read your mind).
  • Use your advisor as a resource. Advisors are familiar with many programs and services on campus. If you do not know where to go for help, let your advisor point you in the right direction.
  • Please be respectful and professional. Refrain from any cell phone use or texting during your appointment.  

Meet our Staff

Dr. Monica Holiday-Goodman
Monica Holiday-Goodman, Ph.D., R.Ph.

Associate Dean for Student Affairs and Diversity and Inclusion
Phone: 419.383.1904
Frederic & Mary Wolfe Center 155

Doctor of Philosophy and Health Care Administration, Northeast Louisiana University
Bachelor of Science in Pharmacy, Northeast Louisiana University

Jing Deng Meyer
Jing Deng Meyer, M.Ed.

Director of Student Services for the Professional Division
Phone: 419.383.1904
Frederic & Mary Wolfe Center 155

M. Ed. in Higher Education Administration, The University of Toledo
M. Ed. in Developmental Psychology, Hunan Normal University, China
Background includes: Cross cultural higher education experiences, teaching, administration, academic advising, records management, and Student Affairs.

Julie Croy 
Julie Croy, M.A.

Director of Student Services for the Pre-Pharmacy Division
Phone: 419.530.1970
Wolfe Hall 1227

M. A. in College Student Personnel, BGSU
B.A. in Psychology and Economics, Duke University
Background includes: Academic advising at UToledo including undecided studies, pre-pharmacy, and mechanical engineering.

Robin Van Hoy
Robin Van Hoy, M.A.

Director of Transfer Student Services, Recruitment & Retention
Phone: 419.383.1904
Frederic & Mary Wolfe Center 155

M.A. in Sociology, The University of Toledo
B.A. in Sociology, The University of Toledo
Background includes: Adult and transfer recruitment for undergraduate admissions and academic advising for bioengineering.

Photo of Meghan Schumaker
Meghan Schumaker, M.A.

Coordinator of PharmD Admissions
Phone: 419.383.1904
Frederic & Mary Wolfe Center 155

Photo of Joseph Battellini
Joseph Battelline, M.S.

B.S.P.S. Practicum Coordinator
Phone: 419.383.1948
Frederic & Mary Wolfe Center 155

M.S. in Student Affairs in Higher Education, Missouri State University
B.S. in Business Administration, The Ohio State University
Background includes: career development, teaching, employer relations, university administration, and event planning.

Nina Jaime
Adelina (Nina) Jaime

Administrative Assistant
Phone: 419.383.1904
Frederic & Mary Wolfe Center 155

Last Updated: 9/18/23