Advising

Academic advising is a holistic, collaborative relationship between students and advisors to help students achieve their educational and career goals. During this process, advisors help students navigate their certificate or degree plan based on the students’ end goals. Advisors serve as a support system to students by linking them to on and off campus resources to enhance academic success.  New students are expected to schedule an appointment with an Academic Advisor in the Academic Advising Office while returning students are expected to make an appointment with a Faculty Advisor.

All students not in a Level 1 Certificate Program are expected to adhere to the Texas Success Initiative (TSI) regulations. Students that are not exempt (see TSI exemptions) are required to take the Texas Success Initiative Assessment (TSIA) in Math, Reading, and Writing. Students may be exempted in one subject and not the other, to where the student must test in only the deficient area. Students that are college ready are eligible to take any class on the degree plan. Students that do test out or are not exempt, must take a developmental course in their deficient area based on their TSIA score.

Summer and Fall registration begins the 1st Monday in April and Spring registration begins the 1st Monday in November. The early bird gets the worm! Register early to get the classes during the times that best suit your needs.

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