Questions about Academic Advising may be directed to:
Caroline Phillips, Director of Academic Center for Enrichment.
Advising is an interactive relationship between an advisor and student that helps to identify and achieve short and long term educational and career goals. Advisors empower students to make appropriate decisions with regard to his or her interests, goals, abilities, and particular degree requirements. Students may find their advisor by logging in to their MyFisher account and selecting their degree audit. The advisor's name is printed on the top portion of the degree audit.
How can my advisor help me?
Students and advisors work together in a variety of ways.
- To drop or add a course
- To withdraw from a class
- To explain the results of your placement exam
- To receive approval for registration
- To assist with course selection
- To discuss changing your major