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Freeman, Bob, Operations Manager has reference to this Academic Journal, PHwiki organized this Journal Undergraduate Faculty Advising Institute August 2016WELCOMEDR. JOSH POWERSAssociate VP Student SuccessAcademic Advising H in addition to bookChristina CantrellGraduation Specialist,Office of Student Success

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PROACTIVE ADVISINGSOME SUGGESTIONSFran LattanzioProfessor of Art & DesignExperienced AdvisorTOP TEN BEST PRACTICES10. To underst in addition to requirements OR know where to find answers.TOP TEN BEST PRACTICES10. To underst in addition to requirements OR know where to find answers. 9. To follow up with student after referring them

TOP TEN BEST PRACTICES10. To underst in addition to requirements OR know where to find answers. 9. To follow up with student after referring them 8. To answer emailsTOP TEN BEST PRACTICES10. To underst in addition to requirements OR know where to find answers. 9. To follow up with student after referring them 8. To answer emails 7. To be approachableTOP TEN BEST PRACTICES10. To underst in addition to requirements OR know where to find answers. 9. To follow up with student after referring them 8. To answer emails 7. To be approachable 6. To be available

TOP TEN BEST PRACTICES10. To underst in addition to requirements OR know where to find answers. 9. To follow up with student after referring them 8. To answer emails 7. To be approachable 6. To be available 5. To ask questions – make the student talk to you!TOP TEN BEST PRACTICES10. To underst in addition to requirements OR know where to find answers. 9. To follow up with student after referring them 8. To answer emails 7. To be approachable 6. To be available 5. To ask questions – make the student talk to you! 4. To focus on the person in your office TOP TEN BEST PRACTICES10. To underst in addition to requirements OR know where to find answers. 9. To follow up with student after referring them 8. To answer emails 7. To be approachable 6. To be available 5. To ask questions – make the student talk to you! 4. To focus on the person in your office 3. To treat student as an individual

TOP TEN BEST PRACTICES10. To underst in addition to requirements OR know where to find answers. 9. To follow up with student after referring them 8. To answer emails 7. To be approachable 6. To be available 5. To ask questions – make the student talk to you! 4. To focus on the person in your office 3. To treat student as an individual 2. To treat student as an adultTOP TEN BEST PRACTICES10. To underst in addition to requirements OR know where to find answers. 9. To follow up with student after referring them 8. To answer emails 7. To be approachable 6. To be available 5. To ask questions – make the student talk to you! 4. To focus on the person in your office 3. To treat student as an individual 2. To treat student as an adult 1. To listen!PREPARATION 1H in addition to bookTalk to other advisors! Pick each others brains Advising syllabus/protocolBe proactiveDon’t be afraid to say “I don’t know”Advisor responsibilities

(SAMPLE) Advising Protocol Name:Office: Telephone E-mail: Office Hours: Since I am not a full-time advisor, I am not always in the office. I realize that the hours listed above may not work with all of your schedules. If there is a conflict, please contact me in addition to we will arrange an alternate time that is convenient as long as both of us. I cannot meet with you: — since those are my class times. What You Can Expect From Me To be in the office during posted office hours. (Occasionally, conflicts will come up over which I have no control, in addition to I will have to be somewhere else. If this happens, I will leave a note to that effect, with my apologies.)To be available extended hours during key periods. (i.e. start of the semester, registration periods, etc.)To have a thorough underst in addition to ing of academic requirements.To be well in as long as med of curricular changes which may affect you.To answer your questions with regard to your degree requirements.To provide you with referrals when I am unable to resolve a problem.To give you feedback about your academic decisions.To assist you with questions you may have about the ISU Portal, MySam, etc.To help you with other academic problems if they arise.To treat you as an individual. What I Expect From You To keep appointments!To arrive on time, with appropriate materials.To ask questions when you are unclear about something.To learn how to read in addition to use your MySam to your best advantage.To listen thoughtfully to suggestions.To plan ahead. (For example, I may not be able to meet with you just because it is the last day to drop a class in addition to you have waited until the last minute!)To not call in addition to leave a message at 4:15, stating that you need to “see me today!” To contact me by phone or e-mail if my office hours are not compatible with your schedule.To read in addition to underst in addition to the University’s Statement on Academic Advising.PREPARATION 1H in addition to bookTalk to other advisors! Pick each others brains Advising syllabus/protocolBe proactiveDon’t be afraid to say “I don’t know”Advisor responsibilitiesResponsibilities of the Undergraduate Advisor. Inherent in the advisement process is the need to help students underst in addition to the nature of the University in addition to a university education. Given the above, the advisor must:Have a thorough underst in addition to ing of:the Foundational Studies Program, institutional requirements, course sequences in addition to major in addition to minor requirements, in addition to , if appropriate, teacher education requirements of advisees.Know University in addition to college policies in addition to procedures.Be available to students by maintaining adequate office hours in addition to appointment times that are reasonable to accommodate students’ needs.Be sensitive to the unique needs of individual students.Discuss linkages between academic preparation, the world of work, in addition to life goals.Provide students with in as long as mation about alternatives, limitations, in addition to possible consequences of academic decisions.Monitor student advisees’ progress toward educational/career goals through the maintenance of accurate student records.Refer students to appropriate resources as long as needed assistance in addition to serve as an ombudsperson (advocate) as long as advisees.Participate in professional development activities related to academic advisement.Exhibit the professional rapport necessary to maintain congenial relationships with advisees in addition to as long as maintaining a positive, constructive attitude toward advising in general. Academic Advising H in addition to book page 2

PREPARATION 2Know your students:Use picture rosters if you have trouble remembering namesHave new advisees fill out an info sheet if you think that would help Ask questionsStudent ResponsibilitiesResponsibilities of the Undergraduate Student. Students must accept the idea of a university education. To have a successful educational experience requires developing a commitment to the advisement process that entails:Being knowledgeable about the academic policies, procedures, in addition to requirements (including graduation requirements) of: the University, the college, students’ program major(s), students’ program minor(s), the Foundational Studies Program.Planning an academic program to meet degree requirements.Maintaining personal copies of a tentative degree plan, progress reports, Foundational Studies evaluations, transfer credit evaluations, in addition to other important University documents.Knowing the name in addition to office location of the academic advisor, in addition to actively participating in the advising in addition to scheduling process by consulting with that person.Taking advantage of the in as long as mation in addition to advice provided.Seeking in addition to reviewing relevant in as long as mation as long as decision-making.Developing social, academic, in addition to career goals, in addition to examining how these goals can affect life.Underst in addition to ing that students must accept final responsibility as long as decisions regarding personal goals in addition to educational goals, in addition to as long as satisfying graduation requirements. Academic Advising H in addition to book page 3FEEDBACKRespond to emailsSend positive feedback after grades are postedHow frequently to contact students Not all students require the same contact –

COLLABORATEAdvising as collaborative experienceBe prepared as long as appointments Ask questionsFor lower maintenance students, who clearly have a good sense of academic requirements, use your time with them differently.Spend time talking with them about future plans/goals – BREAKTOOLSAshleigh CroweAssociate Director as long as First-Year Student Outreach in addition to SuccessUniversity College

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Tools as long as Advisors: MySam All undergraduate students entering as of 2012 utilize MySam as their degree auditMySam has several helpful features as long as students in addition to advisorsStudent in as long as mationClass HistoryNotesWhat If audit MySam: Student In as long as mation

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