See Academic Advisor.
A member of the college or university faculty or staff who serves as a liaison for the chapter and advises the chapter in matters dealing with the University.
a faculty member who has expertise in a disability
a great resource for strategic advice and lends your Just Democracy chapter legitimacy in your school community
a member of the School of Social Work faculty who advises students on academic matters, which typically include course planning and registration
a professional mentor who can help the student choose appropriate courses
A teaching faculty member assigned to curricular students for the purposes of academic advising for registration each semester.
a member of the faculty or administration who establishes and maintains a close advisory relationship with a chapter and its scholarship program. The Faculty Advisor is not necessarily an initiate of the particular Greek organization.
A faculty member who helps a student plan and complete a degree program.
See Chapter VII - Academic Advising.
Faculty member who coordinates chapter activities and serves as liaison with Central Office; usually serves as Secretary/Treasurer of the collegiate chapter, as well.
You will be assigned a faculty member within you major area who will counsel and advise you as you make decisions about courses and prepare for your Senior Thesis. Take advantage of your advisor's interest in you and your success by meeting often.
Bear Access service that allows faculty advisors to review their students' grades, course schedules, addresses, etc., and also to approve course selections made by students using CoursEnroll