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Academic Advising – Hello Academic Advisor

Wednesday, February 17, 2020

By: Elven Riley

Do you know the academic advisors for your program? You may be one, you may not. But you should be aware of the academic advisors and I encourage you to introduce yourself if new to our faculty. We, faculty and advisors, work best as a team. There are compliance rules that advisors focus on for each program. There are check lists and processing rules the advisors are trained to follow. And yet each student requires more mentoring than the capacity of a single faculty or advisor. You are a critical team player. Dialog always improves outcomes even with an occasional difference of opinion. Just compare the depth of understanding you have accumulated on each of your students. An academic advising meeting once a semester for 30 minutes can not compete with your course contact hours.

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