The process of providing a student with the most complete, current information related to university life. This may include, but is not limited to, information in the areas of academics, resident life, financial planning, career planning, and special events.
The College provides free advising services to all students for help with program planning and course selection.
A service provided by a graduate faculty member to guide students through career issues, academic questions, problems, and/or course work to plan and complete a degree program.
The place where you can get information regarding program requirements, prerequisites, and transferability of courses.
A service provided by a faculty member or designated person (advisor). An advisor guides students through academic questions, problems, and/or course work to plan and complete a degree program.
Shorthand for "academic advising" -- assistance with the process of planning what courses need to be taken in what sequence in order to reach your academic goal. In the early stages of your college career, while still formulating your goals, some advising might be provided by counselors. Once you have selected a curriculum, advising will become a part of your interaction with the full-time faculty in the related department..
Personal assistance to students in dealing with academic issues.
personal assistance to students trying to make academic decisions.
meeting with an academic advisor to help you decide which classes to take and get academic advise about degree programs and academic regulations, practices, and procedures. This is different from Counselling, which provides support on personal issues through Counselling Services.
The process of determining with an advisor which courses you need to meet your educational goals.