What's Happening in Academic Advising?
Information for New Students
Both new and current students can click here to access MyWheelock for important information, forms, and resources.
Academic Advising will be sending out electronic newsletters throughout the year with important information regarding deadlines, advising support, and more! We'll also have each Be Advised! newsletter available here once it has been sent out:
Here are some helpful resources for new and current students:
The Office of Academic Advising is in the midst of putting the final touches on our First Year Introduction and Transfer Day events. We are excited to meet our new students, and are looking forward to providing them with a comprehensive overview of their first semester at Wheelock. Whether a student is brand new to Wheelock, unsure of what major to pursue, or just wants to check in with an advisor about degree progress, our office is here to help!
Take a look at some of the past advising programs and meetings students participated in during the Spring Semester!
Wildcats Get R.E.A.L. About Majors: This month-long program is comprised of three different events -- a self reflection workshop, a major exploration conference, and a major exploration fair. The purpose of this comprehensive program is to help students begin or continue to explore Wheelock's academic opportunities. Furthermore, this program is designed to help students further explore their skills, values, and interests, while they learn about resources that can enhance their academic and co-curricular paths.
Transition to Faculty Advisor Meetings: These are one-on-one meetings during which sophomore and some transfer students meet with their professional advisor to discuss their transition to a faculty advisor. A student's faculty advisor is a faculty member who teaches in (one) of the student's declared major(s). The faculty advisor offers program-specific guidance, and also acts as an academic support and resource.
Course Advising and Registration: Advisors will meet with all first year students throughout March and the beginning of April to discuss Fall 2016 courses. First year students are required to meet with their Student Advisor and Professional Advisor to register for fall courses. Students will receive more information about course registration through their Wheelock email.
Current students are encouraged to contact their academic advisor with any questions regarding these programs and meetings.