How to end an email to a professor? Professor expects clear and understandable email information from students. It is good to write emails professionally and respectfully. Student must be polite, the language should be succinct, and the reason of the letter has to be clearly expressed.
Use academic account for your email. Many professors do not pay attention to messages from unknown sources.
Include your course department or number together with email subject.
The greeting must be polite.
Expose the reason of your email laconically.
Suggest possible solution to your problem.
End with "Sincerely," "Regards," "Yours,".
Sign with your first and last name.
Proofread your text.
Make needed changes.
Send the email.
Wait one day for reply.
When you receive a reply, thank the professor.