Assigned faculty advisors are our primary advising resource, however, there are numerous advising programs and activities available on campus and may include the following:
- New Student Orientation
New Student Orientation (NSO) is required for new or returning students and is one of the first opportunities for students to learn about services and receive assistance with their academic plans. This program is designed to introduce students to key student service offices, such as Financial Aid, Records and Registration, information about student support services, campus resources, and the opportunity to meet with a faculty representative in their program of interest.
- Undecided Students
Students that are undecided about their major can seek career exploration and planning services with a member of our counseling staff. Students have the opportunity to further examine their career interests, work values, and aptitudes by completing career exploration activities that will assist them with making the best career choice.
- Departmental Program Information Sessions
Information Sessions are held several times a semester for students to learn about their academic program of study, explore other programs, and meet their advisor or a faculty member in their program of interest.
- University Transfer Program
Our University Transfer Center is open and available to students who are earning a two-year degree in Associate Arts (AA) or Associate in Science (AS). Students learn specific information about the career opportunities and program requirements for a baccalaureate degree at a four year institution they are interested in attending. The center provides academic advising, conducts transfer workshops, and hosts visits from University admissions representatives to address student concerns and questions about transferring to a four-year institution.
- Pre-Health Advising
Our Health Science Programs conducts information sessions for students interested in allied health careers several times a semester. Students have the opportunity to learn about specific program requirements, up to date career opportunities, meet health professionals, and learn about the application process for admittance into an allied health programs.
Students can participate in our on-line advising program by accessing WebAdvisor. This registration process is convenient for all students and particularly for our distance education students. This allows students to register for classes, view their schedules, compete an academic audit, and obtain an unofficial transcript.
- Other Program Opportunities
Additional campus programs are available that students may have the opportunity to participate in such as our Honors College and Single Stop. These programs provide academic support, advising about their specific career interests to students eligible for their programs and necessary tools to receive benefits with local resources.