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Intrusive Academic Advising: The Tool to Use to Increase Student Success
June 26 @ 1:00 pm - 2:30 pm$220
Format: Teleconference Webinar
Registration Due: June 12, 2020
Registration Fee: $220.00
Time: 1-2:30 pm
Date: June 26, 2020
Intrusive advising means that higher educational institutions will link instructional faculty, academic advisors, counselors and others will take the initiative to reach out to students to offer advice, support and assistance, rather than waiting for students to seek help. Hence, intrusive academic advising expects that advisors will schedule meetings with their advisees at critical junctures, especially during the first-year of enrollment, following receipt of notifications of academic difficulty, planning academic programs, changing majors, etc. Intrusive advising does not mean “hand holding.” Certainly, it suggests that faculty, counselors, academic advisors and others are generally concerned for students’ academic progress as well as assist students to understand and utilize programs and services that can increase their success. Intrusive advising programs and advisors understand that many students, especially those who may be at greater risk for dropping out, often do not seek assistance in time for the assistance to have a positive impact on their progress.
- Create learning advising templates for student success
- Define Advising
- Document follow-up during advising
- Understand how to use engagement when advising students
- Identify first year students
Who Should Attend?
- Academic Affairs/Student Affairs
- Admission Staff Leaders
- Deans/Department Chairs
- Director of Admission
- Director of Retention
- Enrollment Management Leaders
- Institutional Advancement
- Two and Four Year Higher Educational Institutions