Master Advisor Program – Fall 2016
Tuesdays from 12:10-1:05 * Peckham Hall 101
The Master Advisor Program is a training and recognition program. This comprehensive training includes the conceptual, informational, and relational parts of the advising process. We challenge advisors to complete the full Master Advisor Program, participate in the individual advisor evaluation process regularly, and use the information gained through training and evaluation to improve their own advising.
There are multiple ways of completing the Master Advisor Program:
- Attend the annual full-day Master Advisor Program in May
- Attend the weekly one-hour in-person workshops in the fall semester (day/time to change each fall)
- Complete all of the Master Advisor modules online through Moodle (self-enrollable course, self-paced)
- Attend some of the weekly in-person workshops and complete the online Moodle modules for the rest
Complete all seven modules to earn the “Master Advisor” designation!
Fall 2016 Workshops, 12:10-1:05, PKHL 101:
September 20 - About Advising (Module 1) Click here to RSVP
September 27 - Student Development Theory (Module 2, part 1) Click here to RSVP
October 4 – Advising Techniques: Active Listening & Communication Skills
(Module 2, part 2) Click here to RSVP
October 11 - Career Advising (Module 3) Click here to RSVP
October 18 - Academic Requirements (Module 4) Click here to RSVP
October 25 - Advising Tools and Technology (Module 5) Click here to RSVP
November 1 - Understanding Campus Resources (Module 6) Click here to RSVP
November 8 - Academic Policies and Procedures (Module 7) Click here to RSVP
You are welcome to participate in any of these individual workshops, even if you are unable to complete the full program. New advisors are especially encouraged to attend the sessions on Academic Requirements and Advising Tools and Technology.