Advising is a process through which students examine themselves, explore their opportunities, determine their best-fit educational paths, and develop action plans for achieving their university degrees. Academic advisors facilitate this process. Additionally, advisors advocate for students in the university system, serve as resource brokers for the university community, and help students thrive in a large university setting.
The Women's Studies Advisor is responsible for giving you information regarding
your degree plan (Undergraduate/Graduate Minor or Graduate Certificate), monitoring
your progress, and helping you in areas such as scholarships, transfer of credit,
All students are required to meet with the Women's Studies Academic Advisor, each semester prior to advance registration to review their degree progress, discuss schedule planning, and address any questions or concerns student may have in their educational experience.
There are *652 women’s and gender studies programs at community colleges, colleges, and universities in the U.S.
* Source: NWSA
You should see the advisor at least once a year - a short meeting with him/her may save you time and money.