Life University recognizes the role of advisement in the educational process and the responsibility of both our PASS Advisors and our faculty in providing effective advisement. Advisement does not focus exclusively on the students’ course scheduling but represents an opportunity for PASS Advisors, faculty advisors, and the University to express a special interest in both the personal and academic welfare of the student.
Academic involvement in student advising includes advisement in the area of academic preparation and mentoring to students. Advisors provide individual advisement to students, serve as club advisors, and mentor students in career path choices and other areas as needed.
Advisement and registration for students in the College of Graduate and Undergraduate Studies is coordinated by the Coordinator of University Advisement along with the Dean and respective department heads. (See a list of advisors below)
Advisement for returning students is available throughout the quarter. Pre-registration advising appointments begin Week 7 and continue through the end of each quarter. All Students who entered Fall 2009 or later must see their advisor (PASS or faculty) prior to pre-registration in order to be cleared for WebAdvisor pre-registration. Students may be advised by their PASS Advisor or faculty advisor.
Please remember these advisors are there only to expedite and assist. Under absolutely no circumstances are their recommendations valid if they contravene existing, published University policy.
You are responsible for your schedule and your education.
Dr. Michael Smith – Associate Dean of Undergraduate Studies and Student Engagement