The Academic Advisor assists students and supplements faculty in the development of educational plans that are compatible with the student’s life goals. Although our resources are available to all students, the Academic Advisor is most used by first- and second-year students as they explore academic options, choose a major, and finalize a program of study. Once a program has been determined, students refer to departmental advisors for semester course selection and registration.
- Academic advising
- Assist with credit transfers
- Assist with course scheduling challenges
Hours of Operation
Mondays, Wednesdays, Thursdays, and Fridays: 8:30 a.m.–5:00 p.m.
Tuesdays: 11:00 a.m.–7:00 p.m.
Evening appointments are available on request.
The primary purpose of advising at Georgian Court University is to assist the students and supplement faculty in the development of the student’s educational plans that are compatible with their life goals.
- To empower students to attain their personal and academic goals
- To provide accurate information to students about completion of degree requirements and academic standards in a timely and efficient manner
- To serve as an interface for the student to the myriad of services and support systems available at the university
- To assist students in planning program consistent with abilities and interests
- To monitor progress toward educational/career goals
- To discuss linkages between academic preparation and world of work
Located in the Academic Development and Support Center (ADSC) in the lower level of Sr. Mary Joseph Cunningham Library, the Academic Advising Center provides resources for students to identify career interests, determine educational goals compatible with those interests, and develop an academic strategy to achieve those goals.