Building a Relationship with your Business School Academic Advisor
Building a relationship with your Business School Academic Advisor is an integral part of your college career. Here are 5 advantages of working with your Business School Advisor in reaching your academic goals.
Monitoring your Academic Progress
Building a relationship with your Business School Advisor will allow you to ensure you’re on track with your academic goals. You should meet with your Business School advisor at least once a semester. Your advisor can help navigate your selection of classes, picking a major within Business that suits you, and preventing you from taking classes you don’t necessarily need.
Knowledge about Degree Requirements
Your Business School advisor has insight on what it will take for you to graduate. Your advisor can assist you with your Plan of Work which includes your credits needed to graduate, GPA requirements, and any other graduation information. This is important in making sure you meet graduation requirements.
Your Advisor is a Resource
Your Business School advisor has information regarding internships, study aboard opportunities, business school scholarships and other opportunities that you may not be aware of if you don’t meet with your advisor regularly. If you are having issues with classes, policies, or family concerns, your advisor can provide information to help you.
Help with Post Graduate Plans
Your Business School advisor can steer you in the right direction relative to graduation, Senior Rule and can refer you to a graduate advisor.
Achieve Academic Success
Ultimately, your Business School advisor is here to help you succeed at WSU. Students who see their advisor can be sure they are on the road to academic success. We are here to help you!
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