The Academic Advising Center, located on the lower level of the CTC building, follows a developmental advising approach to assist students in determining their life, career and educational goals.
- develop a one-on-one relationship with students and have a personal interest in their success.
- help with identifying and accomplishing career and life goals.
- are a first point of contact when academic problems surface.
- help students develop growth through self-awareness.
- help identify realistic educational and career goals, as well as a program of study to achieve them.
- help students embrace the awareness that life extends beyond the college experience.
The advisors in the Advising Center can assist students with the following:
- Assessment of abilities, interests, and goals
- Coordination of career planning and academic progress
- Distribution of information about courses, programs, and occupations
- Referrals to other campus resources
Students who have less than 24 earned Mountwest credits, are on academic probation and/or taking courses below the 100 level are required to meet with an advisor PRIOR to registration.
All other students are encouraged to self-register for classes.
The Advising Center is open Monday through Friday, 8:00 a.m. to 5:00 p.m. Students may be seen by appointment or walk-in.