Division Of Science Office For Student Success/CCAPP Academic Advising

Mission Statement

The Division of Science/CCAPP Advising Center mission is to support our students as they develop individualized paths through the curriculum, to meet their academic, personal, and professional goals. Academic advisors serve as a primary point of contact, working in collaboration with faculty, campus partners, and college resources to support our students' academic success.

What an Academic Advisor Does for You

  • Discuss and collaborate with you to define your current and post-graduate aspirations and career goals
  • Review pathways and major requirements
  • Assist with Course scheduling
  • Help you to navigate and understand your degree audit (Degree Works)
  • Assist you in resolving issues that interfere with your academic progress
  • Listen to your concerns and direct you to appropriate person or resource
  • Assist you in navigating University policies, procedures, and resources
  • Assist with securing research, internships and scholarships opportunities
  • Once you have been advised the ADV hold will be removed

Goals of Academic Advising

  • Help students map out their career Plan and guide their goals/aspirations
  • Provide guidance on choosing a major and staying on track to graduate
  • Ensure that students understand and meet degree requirements
  • How each requirements has been satisfied and what courses to take to complete remaining requirements
  • Assist in monitoring academic progress
  • Assist students with Degree Works issues
  • Help balance study and extracurricular activities
  • Find opportunities such as internships, research, and scholarships

When to meet with your Advisor

First-Year students are required to meet with an advisor to map out their courses for course registration. Most students meet with an advisor at least once a semester (typically prior to course registration). For an appointment log into NAVIGATE.

Last Updated: 08/16/2023 12:58