Advising Learning Services
- Drop In Tutoring Schedule
- Early Intervention
- Campus Tutoring Services
- Individual Study Skills Assistance
- Study Skills Aids
- Success Courses
- Workshop Request Form
- Adult Re-Entry
- Keep Going
- Transfer Orientation
- Staying on Track
- Online Study Skills Tutorials
Rights and Responsibilities in the Advising Process
Student Rights - You have the right to:
- expect excellent academic advising from your adviser
- ask questions
- expect your adviser to be available for appointments.
- expect your advisor to have posted office hours
- expect your advisor to help you plan your academic and career pursuits.
- make choices
- change advisers if you feel your needs are not being met.
- expect access to career guidance and/or mentoring from a faculty member within your college.
- expect confidentiality to be maintained.
Student Responsibilities - You have the responsibility to:
- take an initiative in the advising process.
- ask questions
- arrange and attend your scheduled appointments with your adviser.
- respect your adviser's posted office hours
- learn the University policies and procedures
- conduct preliminary planning, career goals setting, and course selection - attend your advising session prepared.
- understand that the choices you make are yours
- follow through on a referral made by your adviser.
- make final course selection and course scheduling each semester after consulting an adviser.
- read all correspondence from the University
- understand that the ultimate responsibility for making decisions for adding/dropping courses, meeting curriculum requirements, and meeting with an adviser is yours.
Adviser Rights - You have the right to:
- review and use your advisee's academic record to make well-informed decisions in the advising process.
- academic advisement training to gain the necessary skills to provide quality advisement to your students
- expect your performance as an academic adviser to reflect in your promoting and evaluation process as it is considered part of your academic load.
Adviser Responsibilities - You have the responsibility to:
- access your advisee's academic record to make well-informed decisions in the advising process.
- demonstrate a caring and open attitude.
- be available on an appointment basis.
- post office hours
- answer questions regarding Essential Studies Requirements and major requirements.
- clearly communicate academic policies and procedures to students.
- keep accurate records on each advisee.
- maintain confidentiality.
- refer students to the appropriate on or off campus resource when needed.
- connect student with a faculty member within the college to offer career guidance and/or mentoring opportunities.