Academic advisors help you understand degree requirements, select classes, and develop a balanced schedule as you work toward the completion of your educational plans. We will also assist you in accessing other departments and resources on campus that could best serve you in successfully reaching your educational and career goals.

Students with fewer than 30 earned credits must meet with their Academic Advisor each quarter prior to enrollment. Your advisor will discuss your academic goals and help you identify possible courses for the upcoming quarter. You will have an Advising Required hold on your account, which your advisor will remove after you meet. 

Students who are on academic probation must also see their advisor prior to enrolling in courses each quarter. Students who are on academic probation have an enrollment hold that can only be removed after meeting with an advisor. An Advising Required enrollment hold will remain active each quarter until the student reaches a 2.0 cumulative grade point average.

Although advisors are available to assist with educational planning, it is the student’s responsibility to be informed about their degree or program requirements and college policies.