Skip to main content

Your Advisor

Your Academic advisor is here to assist you with achieving educational and distance learning goals through an interactive advising and educational partnership. Your advisor may be a faculty member in your major or a full-time staff advisor. Together, you will develop a plan of study based on your prior preparation and objectives. You may also have one or more “secondary advisors,” individuals that assist you above and beyond your primary Academic advisor.

You are encouraged to see your Academic advisor early in the semester to plan a course of study that will help meet your interests and goals. Contact your advisor more frequently when receiving an unsatisfactory grade report, disciplinary action is pending, or you are experiencing difficulties that are interfering with your academic progress.

Advising, Counseling, and Testing Department

Benefits Of Advising

Finding Your Advisor

 Your assigned advisor(s) should be listed on your General Student Record. If your record does not list an advisor, or you are having difficulty reaching or communicating with your advisor, contact the department of your major (undeclared students or those transitioning between majors should see an advisor in the Advising, Counseling & Testing Services (ACTS ) office). To find your advisor(s):

  1. Log into Lionet
  2. Click on “Student Menu"
  3. Click on “Student Records”
  4. Click on “View Student Information”

Advisee's Responsibilities

Questions For Your Advisor