Resources for Students
The Academic Information and Advisement Center - also known as Academic Standards and Evaluation - offers students help in many areas: choosing classes to meet general education requirements and reviewing those choices when it is time to perform a graduation check; dispensing information on academic policies that affect their grades and eligibility for either probation or graduate school; granting permission to take "excess" credits and/or credits at another college; helping to prepare appeals for (among other things) late or retroactive withdrawal from classes and appeals for readmission after being dropped for poor scholarship; and providing referrals to various academic programs and student services.
Mission of the Academic Information and Advisement Center
The Office of Academic Standards and Evaluation supports the College’s mission by providing accurate and comprehensive one-on-one advisement to all undergraduate students. Academic advisors guide students’ decisions in identifying their educational and personal goals as they progress toward the successful completion of their Baccalaureate degrees. The Office strives to uphold academic standards while enforcing the College’s academic policies and procedures in a fair and equitable manner.
Appointments - Undergraduate Students
Important Dates and Upcoming Deadlines
- Please click here to see a complete list of important dates and upcoming deadlines.
Visit the Academic Advising and Student Resources website for additional information.