Academic Advising Information Academic Advising Information

Academic Advising Information



We strive to empower all students to achieve their personal, academic, and career goals by providing tools and resources to encourage self-directing learning. The office offers innovative, student-centered programs and services to meet the diverse and ever changing needs of the community.

Counselors and advisors help students:
  • Schedule classes
  • Help students choose a major or career path
  • Transfer to a four-year college
  • Connect to college resources and services
  • Identify, foresee, and resolve challenges



Schedule an Appointment


All new students who are recent high school graduates are introduced to Counseling & Advising services during ROAR (Required Orientation, Advising & Registration).


Student Account Access, Register for Classes, View Degree Plan, Grades, Transcripts, Billing

Preparing for an Academic Advising Appointment


Meet with an Advisor Every Semester
  • Summer & Fall Semesters - See an advisor prior to April registration.
  • Winter & Spring Semesters - See an advisor prior to November registration.
Steps to Take Before Your Appointment
  1. Review Your Degree Plan
    • Login to your Student Account Portal
    • Navigate to Academic Records
    • Your Degree Plan will load under My Academic Requirements
    • Click View Report as PDF to print
  2. Identify Concerns
    • Degree requirements
    • Class meeting times and formats
    • Transferability to four-year schools
    • Drop/Add dates
    • GPA Calculations
    • Changing majors
  3. Review College Support Services and Resources
    • Tutoring
    • Career / Transfer Services
    • Student Clubs & Organizations
    • Program Specific Advisors
  4. Bring Questions to Your Appointment
  5. Prepare a list of questions and concerns to make the most out of your advising session


Schedule Appointment


Advising Planning

Advising Forms

Academic Alert/Academic Standing

Academic Toolbox

Advising Glossary

Advising Services