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I have to ask for two letters of rec for my study abroad program. They're due on the first of March, so I suppose I'm already a bit behind on asking for them. My goal is to ask two professors for them this week, so hopefully three weeks is enough notice.
Anyways, the two professors I'm asking for letters from are not my current professors. I had them both last semester. One is my advisor and the other was a teacher I had for my Theatre major.
The question is, would it be appropriate to ask over email since I don't know their current office hours and don't see them often? Or should I really go in and ask for it in-person?
I don't want to be disrespectful, but I also want to ask them with as much notice as possible and email would be the fastest since I don't know when they're available. Thoughts?