The advising process involves a relationship between the student and the advisor. While it is the advisor who guides the student through planning his or her academic path, the actual choices are made by the student. The advisor is not a boss, parent, or dictator, but more of a guide and helper. That means, that it is ultimately up to the student to plan his or her course of action. When the student meets with his or her advisor, he or she must be prepared. It is in that spirit that this page exists.
Full Time Academic Advisors
Mr. Jonathon Burns
Holmstedt Hall Room 211
Mr. Travis Behem
Holmstedt Hall Room 214
Mr. Gary Hartsock (primarily distance advising)
Holmstedt Hall Room 219
Undergraduate Scheduling Guide
The Undergraduate Scheduling Guide is provided to help students organize their plan of study. The Department will try to adhere to this guide when scheduling courses, but academic and budget demands may alter when courses can be offered. On-line courses will be offered on a slightly different schedule, but the guide can also assist Distance Education students.
New curriculum requirements
The new CCJ curriculum requirements pertain to students beginning Fall 2011.
Distance Education Course Registration Information for:
Advising 101FOR STUDENTS:
Please visit the Office of Registration and Records homepage for important dates.
Group scheduling sessions for priority registration are located on the department announcements page.
Where can I get the scheduling form if I need signatures?It is available here.
The Dynamically Searchable Schedule of classes is located here. A "regular" list is no longer available.
That information is available on your DARS report.
Sample Course Syllabi
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