A department or college-based faculty member who helps a student achieve her or his educational goals by providing guidance on courses, program requirements, prerequisites, programs of study, and policies and procedures.
There are three, full-time professional advisors for General Engineering students. You are not assigned a specific advisor. You are free to see whichever advisor is available at the time, or if you prefer to work with one individual only, you can ask to see that person. When you enter a specific engineering major, you will be assigned a faculty advisor in that department.
A faculty member who provides information and makes recommendations on courses, requirements, prerequisites, and programs of study.
A University professional who helps a student determine a program of study, what courses to take, when to take them, and how many credits to take. An advisor also provides support and resources to the student and assists sin setting academic goals. An advisor may be a faculty member in the department in which the student studies, or may be a professional who only does academic advising.
A person or organization employed by an individual or mutual fund to manage assets or provide investment advice. also called financial advisor or investment advisor or investment counsel. sometimes spelled adviser. see also analyst, newsletter, board of advisors.
The organization employed by a mutual fund to give professional advice on the fund's investments and to supervise the management of its assets.
an expert who gives advice; "an adviser helped students select their courses"; "the United States sent military advisors to Guatemala"
anyone who charges money for stock advice to cover his losses in the market