Tips and Tools for Advisers


The First Advising Meeting


The First Advising Meeting

The first meeting with your advisees is a good opportunity for you to offer key information about the nature, responsibilities and goals of the advising relationship. During the first meeting, you may wish to …


What and how should I ask my advisees


What and how should I ask my advisees

To encourage personal growth and independent thinking, Faculty Academic Advisers are suggested to adopt a developmental approach in advising students. That is, when your advisees approach you for help, you have to avoid …


Quick Tips for Good Advising


Quick Tips for Good Advising

  • Ten Tips for Planning Your Advising Meeting
  • Developmental Approach to Academic Advising
  • Effective Communication through Listening and Interviewing


Advising through SIS


Advising through SIS

  • How to enter and view advising comments
  • Course selection and enrollment in SIS
  • Support from SIS project office


Advising Academically Weak Students


Advising Academically Weak Students

  • Identifying students with academic problems
  • Finding the causes of students’ problems
  • Tracking students’ progress


Group Advising


Group Advising

Group advising closely resembles classroom teaching and generally includes presentation and facilitated discussion. Group advising is a particularly efficient method for delivering information and offering general advice …