1. That information is listed
in WebAdvisor, in the "My Profile" tab.
You may be assigned to two individuals depending on your status at
the college. In order to get the advising
hold removed (only added to students who started in
a fall term) you will see the primary
person listed (1st person listed).
2. Youhave to make appointments to see
your faculty coach or student success professional.
a. Appointments will begin March 10th but you will be contacted by your assigned person
via email to make those appointments.
i. You will have to work
around your faculty coach's or student success professional's
schedule because many are teaching or have other obligations and
this is a way to assure you see someone when you can.
ii. Please don't make
demands on their time when you are requesting a meeting. They are
here to help but again have a rigorous schedule as you all do and
may not be able to assist when you express you have to have your
meeting but they will try their best to accommodate both your
schedule and theirs. (ex. You have to see me now because
this is the only time I am available, this type of demand will be
iii. Make your
appointments prior to your registration appointment time (Your
assigned person cannot change your registration date and time).
iv. Walk-Ins are at the
discretion of the faculty coach.
v. If you are assigned to
someone in the Student Success Center you can walk-in but depending
on how many people are there to see who you are trying to see,
there could be a delay.
b. Always allow one to two business days for a reply
from anyone you contact on campus.
c. Your assigned person will provide you with their
expectations and guidelines for their meetings etc.
d. If you have an advising hold, you will not be
able to register until you meet with your assigned person to have
the hold removed.
3. Your assigned person may not be on the
campus you take courses but you will be required to
make arrangements to see them.
4. If you have a 3.0 GPA or higher you can
communicate with your assigned faculty coach or student success
professional via email, phone or other virtual options instead of
face to face but face to face is still an option.
5. The Student Success Center
(formerly Advising Center) will only
assist students on their caseload when considering
advising assistance, if you are not on their caseload you will have
to see your assigned person. We will still handle other services we
provide (program change, overrides, max time frame, career
services, academic probation withdrawal signature (if you can't get
instructor signature), etc. Please go to our website for a list of
As a student, you are expected to:
- Schedule and keep advising appointments
- Come prepared to all advising sessions.
- Actively participate in the process and the
conversation about your future.
- Follow through on advising recommendations in a
Expectations for Faculty coach and/or student
As a faculty coach or student success professional, I
- Be knowledgeable about programs and graduation
requirements, policies, and procedures.
- Encourage and guide students to develop and pursue
- Refer students to appropriate campus
- Be accessible via phone, email, and by