Noel Levitz Webinars

 

Relating to Students Through Advising Click here to listen

Reference Material: Powerpoint, Key Learning Points, and References

 

Academic Advising: The Pivotal Point in Assisting Students to Attain Educational and Career Goals Click here to listen 
Reference material:
Powerpoint, Key Learning Points - Advising, Key Learning Points - Career, Career Tips for Students, How Advisors Can Be Involved, What is Your Career Advising I.Q.?, and Resources  

Using Evaluation to Improve Academic Advising Click here to listen 
Reference material:
Powerpoint, Key Learning Points, Mission Statements, Sample Surveys, Definitions, and References

Strategies for Using Academic Advising to Enhance Retention and Student Engagement Click here to listen 
Reference material:
Powerpoint, Key Learning Points, and References

Career and Academic Advising for Sophomores Click here to listen 
Reference Material:
Powerpoint, Key Learning Points, Sample Advising Syllabus and References

Strengths-Based Advising: Going Beyond Course Selection Click here to listen 
Reference Material:
Powerpoint, Key Learning Points, and Reference article by Laurie Schreiner


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UAA College Success Courses


GUID A150 Creating Success in College ( 3 cr.): Focus is on new students and the transition to college.  Learn how to develop behaviors and academic skills necessary for success in higher education.  Practice specific techniques to improve reading comprehension, memory and test taking skills.  Gain knowledge of yourself and confidence in your abilities.  Learn what it really takes to be a success.

PRPE A105 Introduction to College Study Skills (3 cr.): Presents strategies for information processing, lecture and textbook note-taking, and test-taking in academic settings.

 

Publications of Interest

"Distorted Statistics on Graduation Rates" Paul Attewell and David E. Lavin, Point of View, July, 2007. Click here to read article

"Do Student Success Courses Actually Help Community College Students Succeed?" M. Zeidenberg, D. Jenkins, and J. Calcagno, Journal of Community College Research, #36, June 2007.  Click here to read article.