Sam Naple

When should you use virtual office hours or request an appointment?
Meeting Type How to Schedule Length Purpose
Virtual Office Hours Do NOT schedule in advance. Click "Virtual Office Hours" on Advisor's calendar below during that day/time to sign in and meet live via WebEx.

(Example: If you wish to meet with your Advisor during Monday's office hours, click "Virtual Office Hours" on Monday, between 8AM-12PM. Thoroughly read the provided instructions on your Advisor's sign-in sheet.)
5-20 minutes. Quick questions. Registration help.
Appointment Schedule in advance. Click "Book an Appointment" below Advisor's calendar to schedule an appointment. Appointments can only be made 14 days in advance. Check daily for new openings. 30 minutes. Degree planning. Degree guide review.

Academic Advising Schedule (Pacific Time):

Click on "Virtual Office Hours" below to sign in to your Advisor's waitlist.
Monday Tuesday Wednesday Thursday Friday
8 am – 12 pm
Virtual Office Hours 
8:30 am – 12 pm
8:30 am – 12 pm
8 am – 12 pm
Virtual Office Hours 
10:30 am – 12:30 pm
Virtual Office Hours 
--- 1:45  – 5 pm
Virtual Office Hours
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Available appointments are only visible within a 14-day window. If no open appointments appear, please feel free to join me during my Virtual Office Hours.

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  • About My Advisor
    Sam enjoys reading, writing, indulging in Netflix marathons, spending quality time with her loved ones, and second breakfast.

     Riverside, California
    Favorite Food: Pesto pizza
    Hidden Talent: Clarinet
    Favorite Sports Team: Detroit Tigers
    Favorite CBU Tradition: Christmas Chapel
    Favorite Book: "The Great Divorce" by C.S. Lewis
    Last Passport Stamp: British Columbia, Canada
    Favorite Place to Eat Lunch in Riverside: Gra Pow
  • Education
    • Master of Science in Education, California Baptist University
    • Bachelor of Arts in Psychology, California Baptist University
  • Favorite Scripture
    "Now faith is substance of things hoped for, the evidence of things not seen." —Hebrews 11:1