Academic Advising Resource Center
Our Responsibility to you
- To help you to explore your interests, abilities, and goals and to relate them to academic majors
- To be a responsive listener and to refer you to appropriate support services within the university when needed
- To discuss with you your academic performance and the implications of your performance for the undergraduate programs, graduate programs and professional programs you desire to pursue
- To clarify university policies, regulations, programs, and procedures about which you may have questions
- To challenge you to do things and think in ways that are new and different
Our Expectations of You
- Actively seek out help when you need it. Don't wait until it is too late in the semester.
- Read your CU email every day. Pay attention to information sent from CU departments and offices. Email is the University's official mode of communication with students.
- Be an actively engaged student
- Observe deadlines and pre-requisites
- Review your degree audit each semester and track your progress towards completing your graduation requirements
- Meet with your academic advisor one time per year to discuss your academic plans