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One-on-one academic advising:
- Class registration and degree planning
- Understanding your Degree Audit Report
- Help with class add/drop/withdraw
- PSEO support and information
- Academic appeals and satisfactory academic progress
- Referral to other campus offices (Tutoring, Library, Financial Aid, etc.)
- Interacting with instructors and peers (mediating)
- Referral to BSU Center for Health & Counseling
- Success strategies (time management, goal setting, etc.)
- Online learning (MyNTC, D2L, ALEKS, ReadingLab, etc.)
- Learner rights and responsibilities
All degree-seeking students are automatically assigned an advisor. You can find your current advisor by looking at your Degree Audit.
How Advisors Get Assigned
Faculty members at NTC serve as academic advisors to students. There are many academic advisors on campus and students are assigned to an advisor in their declared degree program.
The Advising Partnership
NTC is strongly committed to the concept of the “Advising Partnership.” Your faculty advisor serves as a guide to the college curriculum and academic policy requirements. It is your advisor’s responsibility to guide and counsel. It is your responsibility to make final decisions.
You should discuss the following with your advisor:
- Problems that may be impacting your academic performance
- Selection of courses for the upcoming semester
- Credit load
- Repeating courses
- Decision to add or drop courses
- Academic progress
- Selection or change of major
- Plans for degree completion
- Career consideration
How to Change Your Advisor
You may need to change your advisor if you change your major. If so, stop by the NTC One Stop to change your advisor.