How they work…
The students that are seeking an associate degree or certificate, non-degree seeking students such as lifelong learners and transient students, and all students enrolled in a student success course are assigned to a professional advisor in the Student Advisement and Career Planning center. Students that have a declared bachelor degree and do not need to take a student success course will be assigned a faculty advisor in the college of their major. Choose one of the Advising Centers on the left to find out more details and their contact information.
Get to Know Us!
Your advisor will be your first point of contact for reviewing new student orientation information, making referrals to campus resources, and providing information on current policies and procedures. We can also help you achieve your academic and personal goals by assisting with course selection, reviewing general education and degree requirements, evaluating the appropriate course load, long-range academic planning, reviewing graduate degree options and applying for graduation.
We want to see students succeed. We want you to earn the kind of grades you hope for. We want you to graduate - on time - and to get fantastic jobs. So get to know us. We are here to help.