The Freshmen Academic Advising Services' primary purpose is to provide academic advising services to entering first time in college students.
Students with less than 30 earned college credits
In support of this mission, the Freshman Academic Advising Service office offers students a broad, but comprehensive array of services aimed at aiding students in developing and implementing an appropriate and meaningful educational plan.
The academic advising program is based on a developmental approach that promotes both the human and intellectual growth of students. The advisee and advisor, as partners, work together to: define and assess academic goals; select appropriate courses for meeting the student's academic goals; gain a clear understanding of institutional policies, procedures and resources; develop decision-making skills; and assist the student in becoming self-directed and self-sufficient.
Specifically, Freshman Academic Advising Services provide assistance with:
providing academic advising & counsel
information on majors, minors and certificate programs
other academic support resources