Presentation Title

A-2 Student and Alumni Stories: Advisor Qualities & Practices That Increase Student Success

Presenter Status

Director of Distance & Non-traditional Student Services, Student Services Department, School of Distance Education

Second Presenter Status

Coordinator of Undergraduate Advising Services, Student Success Center

Preferred Session

Oral Session

Start Date

4-11-2016 3:15 PM

End Date

4-11-2016 3:30 PM

Presentation Abstract

What qualities make a good advisor? Which advising strategies increase persistence and vocational satisfaction? This presentation will share findings from recent Andrews Advisor Evaluation Surveys, the first Andrews Alumni Advisor Reflection Survey and the presenters’ advising experience at Andrews University. The impact of developmental and servant leadership approaches to academic advising at undergraduate and graduate levels will be shared, along with specific strategies that support students identified as probationary, underprepared, online, and those with documented disabilities. Come be inspired by the advising stories of students and alumni; leave with strategies to recharge your advising commitment and skills.

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Nov 4th, 3:15 PM Nov 4th, 3:30 PM

A-2 Student and Alumni Stories: Advisor Qualities & Practices That Increase Student Success

What qualities make a good advisor? Which advising strategies increase persistence and vocational satisfaction? This presentation will share findings from recent Andrews Advisor Evaluation Surveys, the first Andrews Alumni Advisor Reflection Survey and the presenters’ advising experience at Andrews University. The impact of developmental and servant leadership approaches to academic advising at undergraduate and graduate levels will be shared, along with specific strategies that support students identified as probationary, underprepared, online, and those with documented disabilities. Come be inspired by the advising stories of students and alumni; leave with strategies to recharge your advising commitment and skills.