Master Advising Certificate Program

Master Advising Certificate Program: This program has been created to increase the quality of academic advising for ISU students by providing faculty and professional staff advisors with appropriate training and education.

Learning Objectives:

Initial Certification

Must Attend: Fall Undergraduate Academic Advising Institute or Winter Undergraduate Academic Advising Institute

Must complete 4 academic advising workshops within a year. Examples include:

Recertification (yearly)

Must attend: Fall Undergraduate Academic Advising Institute or Winter Undergraduate Academic Advising Institute and one Advising Matters Workshop

Planned Advising Matters Workshops for Spring 2018 Semester:

February 27th: Advising Matters: Creative Ways to Advise; presented by Elizabeth Coleman and Ashley Gard - FCTE; 3:30pm

February 28th: Advising Matters: Creative Ways to Advise; presented by Elizabeth Coleman and Ashley Gard - FCTE; 9am

March 20th: Advising Matters: Disability Services; presented by Debbie Huckabee- FCTE; 3:30pm

March 21st: Advising Matters: Disability Services; presented by Debbie Huckabee- FCTE; 9am

April 4th: Advising Matters: Working with Veterans ; presented by Mike Caress- FCTE; 9am

April 4th: Advising Matters: Working with Veterans ; presented by Mike Caress- FCTE; 3pm

 


Past Workshops and their materials

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