Beyond the Pin: A Holistic approach to student advising

Beyond the Pin: A Holistic approach to student advising

BEYOND THE PIN: A HOLISTIC APPROACH TO STUDENT ADVISING C Monica Burnette & Marisa Case

Fall 2016 On your notecard As an adviser, what is a common scenario that you face with a student during an advising session?

What do you believe your student should have access to for a better advising appointment? Adviser Toolkit Log into PirateNet

Adviser Toolkit Icon (star) OR bookmark: http://blogs.shu.edu/advisertoolkit/ Adviser Scenario #1 Whats My PIN

I have just received the following email: I need my PIN. I register in two hours. Their lack of preparation has now become my emergency. What do I

do? Adviser Scenario #2 What do I do if I feel that my student is in

academic distress? Adviser Scenario #3 What do I do if I feel that my student is in

emotional distress? Adviser Scenario #4 What do I do if I feel that my student is in

financial distress? Adviser Scenario #5 How do I help my student explore

career choices? Student Toolkit Log into PirateNet Student Toolkit Icon (graduation cap)

OR bookmark: http://blogs.shu.edu/studenttoolkit/ Student Scenario #1 What is my

four-year plan? Student Scenario #2 How do I declare a major or minor?

Student Scenario #3 Are there any other scholarships available?

Student Scenario #4 Where do I find a job on campus?

Suggestions? Wrap Up/ Questions Contact Us Monica Burnette

Student Services, University Center 234 (x 9147) [email protected] Marisa Case Freshman Studies, Mooney 11 (x 9614) [email protected]

Thank you!

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