Tag Archives: office hours

Office Hours today (11/14)

Hi everyone,

Today, I’ll be holding office hours from 12:30 – 2:00 (I will be coming from a meeting at 12:30 and may arrive a few minutes late).  However, I will remain in my office from 2:00 – 3:00 doing advisement, and I can continue to meet with students during this time provided advisement is quiet (if advisement is busy, I will need to focus on that).

For very quick questions, I’m available right after class for 10 minutes.

As always, you are welcome to post questions here or send them by email.


Mr. Reitz

Office hours today

I will be available between 2pm – 3pm today in my office N707.  My usual office hours (11:15-1:15) are canceled.


Prof. Reitz

Office hours Tuesday 1-2 by request

Hi everyone,

If you have questions for me BEFORE the exam on Thursday, I can be available tomorrow (Tuesday) between 1 and 2 pm, BUT only if you notify me ahead of time (by email, or by leaving a comment here, or by telling me in class tomorrow).

Best of luck with your studying,
Prof. Reitz

Office hours tomorrow (Thursday 10/10)

Hi everyone,

My office hours tomorrow will not be at the regularly scheduled time, but instead:

  • 9:00am – 10:00am (before class), in N707 – moving to the classroom around 9:45.
  • 1:45pm-2:30pm, in N707

As always, I’m happy to make individual arrangements to meet at other times – just send me an email.

Take care,
Prof. Reitz

Office hours today (10/4): 12pm-1pm

Hi everyone,

Office hours today will be from 12pm-1pm (I will also be able to answer a quick question or two right after class).

-Prof. Reitz

Office hours today are all messed up

Hi everyone,

Due to several meetings (the curse of a big institution), my regularly scheduled office hours will be all messed up today.  I’ll be available:
– Directly after class for about 12 minutes (until 11:27)
– From 12:30-1:00

If need more time with me, please let me know either at the end of class or by email, and I’ll do my best to find a time that works

.Apologies for the late notice,
Prof. Reitz