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College of Social & Behavioral Sciences and Social Work
121 Senior Hall
Cheney, WA 99004
phone: 509.359.6081
fax: 509.359.6732

  • Sabrina Meyer-Quiroz
    Sabrina Meyer-Quiroz
    Academic and Admissions Advisor
    233 Patterson Hall, Cheney, WA 99004
    Phone: 509.359.6926
    Fax: 509.359.6732

    Sabrina is a Spokane native and North Central High School graduate. She attended Eastern Washington University, earning a BA in Graphic Communications in 2002. Currently, she is working towards a Master's degree in Communication Studies.

    Eagle pride runs through her family. Sabrina is a 3rd generation Eastern graduate. A very early EWU memory she fondly recalls is spending time in the PUB during spring breaks playing video games. Reminiscing about her Eastern experiences, she notes that the Cheney campus has improved greatly over time. From grass worn pathways to paved heated walkways, and cold brick lecture halls to comfortable technology enhanced classrooms and work spaces, the campus just keeps improving the whole college experience.

    As an Academic and Admissions Advisor for the College of Social & Behavioral Sciences and Social Work, Sabrina's passion is higher education with an emphasis on leadership opportunities. She thoroughly enjoys working with students of all backgrounds and teaching students how to navigate and negotiate the system at EWU. She has special experience working with Transfer Students as well as First Generation Students in particular. She stays informed on the intricacies of the transfer process and advising needs of students in transition.

    Personal Experience on Academic Advising:

    As a student, I had to learn to appreciate my academic advisor. Once I figured out that he was my greatest advocate, I learned to use him as a regular resource and sounding board. When I finally decided on a major, I transitioned to my major advisor who was just as resourceful, but in a different way. I depended on both of my advisors for guidance and assistance when needed. Looking back, I wish I would have utilized them more.

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