Advising Steps

The Community & Technical College Advising Center provides students with the resources, information, support and skills to navigate the college system while developing educational plans to achieve their career and life goals.  

The CTC Advising Center serves students pursuing CTC certificates, associate degrees and bachelor's degrees in the following areas:

  • Architectural & Engineering Technology
  • Automotive Technology
  • Aviation
  • Computer Networking Technology
  • Computer Information &Office Systems
  • Construction Management
  • Culinary Arts
  • Health, Physical Education &Recreation
  • Hospitality & Restaurant Management
  • Nutrition & Dietetics
  • Welding & Nondestructive Testing Technology
  • The center also serves students enrolled in preparatory and developmental courses. Students are the center's top priority, and its professional advisors are committed to helping students successfully transition to UAA.

    Visit the CTC Advising Center website for more information.

    Students attending classes at CERC who are not CTC majors should schedule an appointment with their respective major's department. If you would like more guidance on contacting the correct advisor, visit the UAA Advising website, or the UAA Advising & Testing Center website.


    Program Outcomes

    Program student learning outcomes describe the knowledge, abilities, values, and/or attitudes students should be able to demonstrate following successful completion of a UAA certificate or degree program.