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Beth Nehamkin

Student Support Services
Phone: (239) 745 - 4329
E-Mail: bnehamkin@fgcu.edu
Office: MH - #258


Beth Nehamkin is an academic advisor in the College of Education at Florida Gulf Coast University. She has had many years as a professional in education and mental health. Her dual career is an excellent background for providing academic and other support services to students in the College of Education. 

Her many duties and responsibilities include, but are not limited to the following;

  • Providing academic advising to undergraduate education majors from the start of their upper level programs through to graduation.
  • Support students in completing all university and program requirements while assisting with any academic issues or other factors influencing their academic success.
  • Participate in recruiting and retention activities for both graduate and undergraduate students for the College of Education.
  • Interface with the teaching faculty and program administrators in an effort to assure student success.

Ms. Nehamkin has been with FGCU for 6 years, coming with a strong background in working with students and families. Before moving to an advising position, she was an instructor in the graduate counseling program. She enjoys the university environment and participates in university activities, along with becoming a member of university committees.

Ms. Nehamkin received her Bachelor of Arts degree in Education and Psychology from Ursuline College in Pepper Pike, Ohio. She achieved her M.Ed. degree in Education and Counseling at Cleveland State University in Cleveland, Ohio.  She has many post graduate hours in several disciplines and experiences from specialist in substance abuse, school counseling, experience in directing a residential program, a behavior specialist with the Lee county Schools, as well as several other career positions.

For additional information on Ms. Nehamkin, please review her Curriculum Vita.

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