Academic Advising encompasses a comprehensive support network of faculty advisors, professional staff, peer leaders and other administrative staff. The central mission is to empower students with the necessary information, resources and support to explore a full range of opportunities for academic achievement and personal fulfillment and the realization of their highest potential. The program's hallmarks include personalized faculty advising and mentoring, a supplementary Advising Center, advanced degree audit technology, and a peer leader support team.
With an emphasis on personalized instruction and support, faculty mentoring is at the core of academic advising. All students are a assigned a "primary advisor" who works individually with them to provide guidance in a number of areas including course selection, major requirements, progress toward degree completion, post-graduation planning, etc. Students who have declared a major are assigned a primary advisor within that field; while those who have yet to declare are matched with a specially-designated "Discovery Advisor."
Incoming Student & Supplemental Advising
Conveniently located in the Hollis Family Student Success Center, Advising offers supplemental advising support to students. With a focus on Discovery advising, Advising staff work individually with students to provide guidance regarding major selection, general education requirements, academic policies and procedures, and student success resources. While visiting Advising, students also have the opportunity to consult with Academic Success staff and take advantage of the many helpful resources available in our shared office.
Schedule an Appointment
To schedule an appointment with an Advising specialist, please call 386-822-7345 or send an email to firstname.lastname@example.org.
Degree Audit Software
Degree Audit is a web-based tool empowering students with the ability to monitor their progress toward degree completion, view 'what if' scenarios for possible changes to a major/minor, and calculate hypothetical GPA outcomes.
For more information regarding Degree Audit and video tutorials please visit the Degree Audit Training website.
Upper-division peer leaders meet with first-year students periodically to remind them of important academic deadlines and policies, help them enroll in classes on Banner and perform degree audits, and refer them to advising and student success resources as needed.