Academic Advisement Committee

The Academic Advisement Committee provides ongoing academic advisement for all of St. Joseph's College's students. Freshmen are assigned to an adviser from their major interest (if known) or to an exploratory adviser. After a student declares a major at the beginning of sophomore year, the department chair becomes the academic adviser.

Functions

  • to guide students in planning their college academic programs in terms of their goals

  • to identify problems and refer students to sources of help on campus

  • prior to registration, to assist students to select courses for the next term and, after registration, to approve the final program

  • meet with their advisees during New Student Orientation and at least four times during the first year (they report to the academic dean regarding the progress of their advisees)

Membership

  • academic dean, ex-officio

  • director of counseling and testing, ex-officio

  • department chairs, ex-officio

  • faculty designated as department advisers

  • volunteer faculty

Term: one year
Chair: academic dean


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