PROMOTING SCHOLARSHIP, INFORMING PRACTICE, BUILDING CONNECTIONS
Academic Advising in the First Year of College
A Guide for Families(1 – 99 copies)
National Resource Center for The First-Year Experience
17th October 2014
- ISBN 9781889271941
- Language English
- Pages 30 pp.
- Size 5.5" x 8.5"
Published in partnership with NACADA, The Global Community for Academic Advising
As the focus on college completion and gainful employment intensifies, the stakes for students entering higher education and the institutions that serve them have never been higher. Yet, new students and their families may not understand the value of an educational plan for helping them stay on track and achieve their goals. They may have even less knowledge about how to create one. This brief guide focuses on the role of academic advisors in helping students chart a course for success and suggests how parents and family members can be partners in the journey. A glossary of key terms and list of frequently asked questions help demystify the college experience and highlight the many purposes of the academic advising relationship. A particularly useful resource for the families of first-generation college students and ideal for distribution at recruitment events, orientation, or parent and family programs.
$2.00 each when purchased in sets of 100. Click here to purchase a 100-copy set.
Academic Advising as a Foundation for College Success
Transition Into College Life
Educational Planning and Program Completion
The College Major
The First Academic Term
Academic Engagement in the First Year and Beyond
The Major–Career Connection
Frequently Asked Questions
A Glossary of College Terms
About the Authors
About the Publishers