FRIDAY, OCTOBER 25, 2013
8:30 a.m. to 12:30 p.m.
A new attitude toward effective advising
Anacon HallRebecca Stafford Student Center
Academic advising is a collaborative relationship between a student and his/her academic advisor. The intent of this collaboration is to empower and guide the student in the meaningful determination and development of his/her educational goals, objectives, consistent with personal interest, abilities and values. At the core of this advising process are individualized academic planning, career exploration and development, major declaration, familiarity with advising resources, course selection and registration, internship and study abroad options, degree audit, early intervention, academic standards, graduation requirements, and overall student development.
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Monmouth University’s academic advisors will empower and provide guidance to students in a mentoring environment by challenging them to explore their values and interests, develop positive aptitudes and skills, discuss curricular and co-curricular options, and think critically about their educational and career goals. Commitment, dedication, and knowledge of all aspects of advising are at the core and critical to effective academic advising. All MU students deserve an ongoing, individualized, four-year educational plan and good academic advising.
Academic advising takes place at various locations throughout Monmouth University, including: