2015-16 ADVISOR WORKSHOP SCHEDULE
The Advisor Developmental Workshops allow faculty and staff advisors the chance to share advising techniques, discuss challenging situations, learn about university resources/services, improve advising techniques, and receive updates on new policies and university requirements.
Advisor Workshops - Campus Connection
Do you use Campus Connection to its fullest potential? Please join us to learn how the tools in Campus Connection can streamline your academic advising sessions.
The Academic Advising Council in collaboration with the Registrar’s Office will be holding advisor workshops for both new and experienced advisors. Sessions will be held in early March to help prepare advisors as we move into a busy month of academic advising as early registration will take place from March 22-24. The focus of the sessions will be to assist advisors in better understanding how to use the tools available in Campus Connection. Sessions will be held in a computer lab, so you will have the opportunity to see the various features in your Campus Connection account first hand and ask individualized questions based on your needs.
The first sessions offered will focus on using the Advisor Center and Student Center in Campus Connection. These sessions are intended primarily for new advisors, but are open to all, and will be held in Old Main, Rm 405 on the following dates and times:
- Tuesday, March 1 – 12:30-1:30pm
- Friday, March 4 – 12:00pm-1:00pm
The following week sessions will be geared toward experienced advisors, but again are open to all, and will cover topics such as using the Academic Requirements Report, the Academic Planner, and the What-if Report in Campus Connection. These sessions will be held in Old Main, Rm 405 on the following dates and times:
- Monday, March 7 – 2:00pm-3:00pm
- Thursday, March 10 – 2:00pm-3:00pm
Tuesday, September 15 - 12:30pm - Old Main, Rm 314 OR
Thursday, September 15 - 12:30pm - Old Main, Rm 314
Starfish Training – Round Two: “I got a flag! Now what?”
Join the Faculty Starfish Team to review the next step in Starfish Early Alert: responding to and clearing flags, and closing the loop. Time will be available for hands-on assistance and questions. All interested faculty and staff are encouraged to attend.