Student Success Center/Career Services

Learn to use advisement as a key to program success

Advisee: You, the student
Advisor: Faculty, an instructor in your program of study

In order to be successful as a student, you should be able to:

  1. Navigate WebAdvisor, and Moodle.
  2. Understand the requirements of your program of study.
  3. Create, maintain, and follow through on your academic plan.
  4. Identify at least two staff/faculty members who can help you learn about and utilize appropriate resources on campus.
  5. Be familiar with and adhere to college policies, procedures, and the Student Code of Conduct.

Expectations for Students

As a student, you are expected to:

  1. Schedule and keep advising appointments for at least your first two semesters.
  2. Come prepared to all advising sessions.
  3. Actively participate in the process and the conversation about your future.
  4. Follow through on advising recommendations in a timely way.

Expectations for Faculty coach and/or student success professional

As a faculty coach or student success professional, I will:

  1. Be knowledgeable about programs and graduation requirements, policies, and procedures.
  2. Encourage and guide students to develop and pursue their goals.
  3. Refer students to appropriate campus resources.
  4. Be accessible via phone, email, and by appointment.

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Last update 07/29/2014