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Resources and FAQs

STUDENT RESOURCES and FORMS

The official form of communication between a student and their advisor is through the student.life.edu email address. Documentation will not be approved if it is submitted via personal email addresses. Please be sure to continually check your student email account throughout the quarter.

 

Academic Warning Self-Assessment Form

 

FREQUENTLY ASKED QUESTION

Q: What are a few reasons for visiting your advisors?

A:Students can meet with their advisor for planning their educational career, developing skills needed for academic success, and learning how to connect with additional on-campus resources. In addition, students can meet with their advisors for letters of recommendation, registration concerns, internships, schedule adjustments, and removal of academic holds.

Q: How should I prepare for my advisement appointment?

A: Students must plan for their classes for the next three quarters, review their program, and prepare questions prior to their advisement appointment.

Q: How can I request a different advisor?

A: All requests to change to a different advisor will need to be approved by the UG Director of Advisement or DC Director of Advisement depending on the student’s program.  Please call our office at 770-426-2724 to request a meeting to change your advisor.

Q: I am a graduate student, who is my advisor?

A:All masters level students are assigned to faculty advisors through their academic department. Please refer to your Eaglenet account to identify your Graduate Advisor.

Q: How should I prepare for my advisement appointment

A:Students must plan for their classes for the next three quarters, review their program, and prepare questions prior to their advisement appointment.

Q: I am a Dual Enrolled in the DC and Undergraduate program. Who is my advisor?

A: Doctor of Chiropractic students transferring into an Undergraduate program will be advised by an Undergraduate advisor in addition to their DC advisor.

Q: Can I meet with any advisor available?

A: Students are encouraged to meet with their assigned advisor as notated in EagleNet.

Q: How can I make an appointment to meet with my advisor?

 

Q: Where is the University Advising Center located?

A: The University Advising Center is in the CCE building room 103.

Q: How can I access my degree progress?

A: Students can track and monitor their degree progress in EagleNet.