We provide academic assistance and support to all our students. Though students with a declared major are assigned a faculty advisor to guide you through your curriculum, our staff is available to assist you in the absence of your faculty advisor. Students who have yet to declare a major will be assigned an academic advisor in the center to help you find a major that is a good fit for you.
We have lots of information and advisors who will help you:
- understand degree requirements
- change or declare a major or minor
- understanding academic policies and procedures
- register for classes
- adjust your schedule during the drop/add period
- withdraw from a class
- develop a plan for graduation
Visit us in Room 218 of the Hanley Library. Our advisors are available Monday-Friday from 9 a.m. to 5 p.m. Evening appointments are available upon request. You can setup an appintment through TutorTrac using the link below. There is also a link to a video to show you how to use the TutorTrac System.
Make an appointment with Sue Gleason
Video on using TutorTrac to make an apointment
|Sue Gleason, Director of Academic Advising Center
Want to know more? Check out the video.
|All degree-seeking students are assigned a faculty advisor. Students who are admitted with special admissions status, have not declared a major, or have been accepted into the TRiO program will be assigned a secondary advisor. The role of the advisor is to give students advice and to help guide them through the academic experience. However, a student is ultimately responsible for their journey and success.