"Good advising may be the single most underestimated characteristic of a successful college experience."
Advising Info for Faculty & Staff
The Advisor's Bulletin is a resource for faculty and staff academic advisors. Each bulletin contains timely information to help students succeed.
One-on-One or Departmental Advising Training
Is there an aspect of advising in which you'd like individualized training or consultation? Trainings and workshops are available through the Academic Advising Office. If interested, contact Kim Dufour, Interim Director, 898-5712.
Do you feel that your students could benefit from learning more about the "New GE," "How to Read the DPR," or "How to Explore Majors?" Our professional advising staff is available for classroom presentations. We are pleased to offer workshop sessions that meet your scheduling needs. View a full list of our Advising Workshops for more examples of the information we can share with your students.
Professional Academic Advising Staff Available by College
As a faculty advisor you may have questions regarding general advising or how coursework within your college may double count. Feel free to contact the liaison for your college.
|ACADEMIC ADVISOR||COLLEGE ASSIGNMENT|
& College of Humanities & Fine Arts
|College of Communication & Education|
|College of Behavioral & Social Sciences
& Undeclared Students
|College of Business
|College of Natural Sciences
& College of Agriculture
|College of Engineering, Computer Science & Construction Management|
Advising Skill Development Articles
- Building Relationships: Approaches to Enhancing Retention and Advising
- Skills, Knowledge and Attitudes Required for Good Academic Advising
- 30 Reminders for Effective Advising
- Working with Students on Academic Probation (AP)
Outstanding Academic Advisor
Each year the Faculty Recognition and Support Committee at CSU, Chico selects an Outstanding Academic Advisor based on peer faculty nominations.
- 2012-2013 Outstanding Advisor: Peggy Rowberg, School of Nursing