We cultivate a steadfast partnership with students to support their individualized learning and growth process, contributing to a transformational student experience. We do this by:
Supporting students to develop critical thinking and academic skills.
Challenging students to deepen their self-awareness.
Encouraging confidence in academics and self.
Facilitating an iterative and actionable goal setting process.
Trusting and empowering students to take ownership of their college and life journey.
We want to hear from you!
If you are dissatisfied or have loved your experience with the AAC, we'd love to hear from you. We continue to use our students' feedback to improve our services, celebrate staff and pursue innovations in our field that allow us to continually strengthen our students' academic experiences.
You can choose to make your feedback anonymous or request a response.
We nurture a culture of equity and inclusion. We strive to make the most generous assumptions about the words, intentions, and behaviors of others. Invested in intercultural competence, we invite multiple voices, difference, and constructive dialogue to create a community where members feel recognized, heard, and valued.
We engage in the complex struggle of the human experience through courage and vulnerability. With curiosity, we aim to balance kindness and candor.
We foster self-efficacy and skillfully advocating for students and colleagues when we encounter inequity, injustice, and developmental opportunities.
We partner with our community of students and colleagues. Recognizing our interdependence, we intentionally seek opportunities to listen, learn, and innovate.
We provide clear, accurate, complete, and timely information and guidance. We aim to build a culture of data- informed decision making and continuous improvement as we adapt to the ever-evolving landscape of higher education.
We cultivate mutual trust and wellbeing for students and each other through curiosity, responsiveness, and an investment in the CU community.
The AAC's academic advisors, academic coaches and staff members are committed to our belief that when students structure their goals toward the growth of inclusion, diversity and equity, those goals become more socially and personally meaningful, more educated and more educational.