Student Services
 
 
Student Development : Academic Advisement Center
 

The Academic Advisement Center supports all aspects of the college experience by providing learning resources and academic advising to guide students in the development of their fullest intellectual potential. Advising is available to assist students in making decisions concerning their life goals, vocational goals, program choices, course choices, and enrollment. Advisors are able to assist students in exploring careers as well as transfer options.

Information on Academic Advisement
The purpose of academic advisement is to foster the development of Gloucester County College students by offering assistance and guidance in all aspects of the academic program. It is an advisor's responsibility to assist and guide the student. However it is the student's responsibility to make final decisions about their academic and program career selection.

When to See an Advisor
At Gloucester County College, there are advisors available to you for appointments during both the day and evening hours. Suggestions as to when you may need to see an advisor are listed below. Of course, if you have some other situation or question not listed below, you are more than welcome to make an appointment to see an advisor.

  1. To discuss:
    • problems that may be impacting on your academic performance
    • academic progress
    • choice of or changing your major and its impact
    • career considerations
    • long range goals
  2. To select courses for the upcoming semester
  3. To add, drop, or withdrawal from a course (Be aware of specific deadlines)
  4. To review your degree planning

Please click here to find your advisor.

Preparing For Your Advisement Session
Since you are only given a limited amount of time for your appointment with the advisors, you need to have done some "homework" before you come in for the advisement session. Some suggestions on what you can do to prepare for the appointment are listed below.

  1. Make your appointment early in the semester to avoid the last minute rush
  2. Read and become familiar with the catalog and the control sheet for your major
  3. Come prepared with tentative course selections for the upcoming semester
  4. Write out all questions and concerns so that you do not have to leave unsure of something
  5. Be prepared to participate in the session. Ask questions! Probe! It is your academic career that is being discussed.