See below for some useful advising-related resources. We are continuing to add to this page and recommendations are welcomed! If you have any suggestions for helpful resources that should be listed, please let us know by submitting a feedback form.
Academic Advising Updates
These are the most recent advising-related updates. This information is also emailed to all academic advisors.
- Advising Tasks and Resources for Spring 2022 (PDF)
- Important Advising/Registration Dates for Spring 2022 (PDF)
Last updated on 1/25/22
Virtual synchronous training sessions with topics that include general advising, LEP and SSC Navigate. Sessions are flexible to the needs of attendees with plenty of time for questions.
Academic Maps serve as a suggested course sequence to assist students in planning their schedules. They lay out the courses they must take for a particular major in a semester-by-semester format.
The information presented on this website is intended to help undergraduate students understand the four levels of academic standing (Good Standing, Warning, Probation and Dismissal) and provide information regarding available support to those who find themselves on warning, probation or dismissal.
These videos provide step-by-step instructions/advice on various advising-related matters.
Step-by-step instructions on how to complete common advising-related actions in Banner such as assigning an advisor, looking up registration holds, etc.
Students must be enrolled in a degree-seeking or eligible certificate program to receive federal financial aid (this includes Exploratory). View this web page for details.
The Degree Evaluation is a comprehensive, easy-to-use, web-based academic advising and degree audit tool designed to assist students and advisors in navigating curriculum requirements and evaluating progress towards graduation.
This document provides math placement information for the LEP QR requirement.
This calculator is designed to calculate the credits a student needs to improve their current GPA.
A great first step in exploring majors, this resource gives students the opportunity to eliminate majors in which they have no interest, allowing them to then focus only on programs that are real possibilities.
Navigate is a platform that provides a more seamless way for faculty and staff to organize services and communication to support student success. Navigate also offers many additional features such as cross-campus referrals and appointment scheduling, multi-modal student communications (email, text), centralized reporting, card swipe kiosks, and much more.