Academic advisement is a vital component in successfully undertaking and completing a degree or course of study. It facilitates academic, career and personal decision-making toward the development and fulfillment of each student’s potential.
Academic Advisors meet with every new student to design a personal program plan which includes previously earned credits, courses required for the degree and courses needed to meet graduate program prerequisites. Program plans are reviewed and updated on a continual basis. Advisement sessions with students are held prior to the registration period and as needed or requested.
Academic Advisors are available to discuss graduate school and career options. Career counseling, vocational testing and workshops in resume and interview skills are also available. Group advisement for the graduation process is held in the fall semester for those planning to apply to graduate school for the following fall.
For prospective students, a consultation service is available for a $300 fee. Upon enrollment, the fee is applied towards tuition and the number of advisement sessions is unlimited.