Staff advisors are on campus and available throughout the school year. Make time to meet with your advisor several times a semester. When you do, bring a copy of your degree audit and sequence chart.
During Winter or Summer Breaks
Advisors are available during winter and summer breaks by appointment only. They may not always be in their offices as they tend to other responsibilities. Continuing students should contact their advisor to schedule an appointment. Those who have just completed their first year may email email@example.com.
During the Add/Drop Period
Academic Advisors are available for drop in meetings during the first two weeks of the semester. During the add/drop period appointments are not necessary, but still encouraged.
In the first week of Add/Drop, courses can be dropped and open courses can be added via WebAdvisor. To add a closed course, you must obtain an instructor's signature on an Add/Drop form and submit it to the Student Records Office.
In the second week of Add/Drop, all courses must be dropped or added (with instructor's signature) on an Add/Drop form submitted to the Student Records Office. You don't ever need an instructor's signature to drop a course.
See Add/Drop/Withdrawal for more information.
After the Add/Drop Period
After the add/drop period and before priority registration, advisors are available to talk about academic planning, course scheduling, cousre waivers, transfer credit, internships, independent study, study abroad, and graduation, along with referrals and information about other college resources. Contact your advisor to schedule an appointment.
Preparing for Registration
To prepare for priority registration, all undergraduates should connect with their advisor. Advisors will host academic-planning workshops and/or individual meetings in the weeks prior to registration.
See Registration for more information.
Regularly check your CCA email address for important information from your advisor and Academic Advising.
Regularly review your degree audit for successful registration and completion of degree requirements.
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