Communicating is a skill that everyone needs in order to function in everyday life. But what about when it comes to communicating through e-mail. Not just an e-mail to anyone, but to someone in an authority position, such as a college professor. Coming to college I had never sent an e-mail in my life. I had no clue how to structure it, what to say, or even how to address my professors. I do not want you to have the same problems I had.
Start by properly addressing the e-mail to your professor. NEVER use Mr., Mrs., or Ms. ALWAYS refer to them as Dr. First of all this shows respect to your professor and second it is professional. If you are not sure if they are a Dr. then an easy escape is to refer to them as Professor “so-and-so”.
TTLY, THX, LOL
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