are expected to be responsible to the student with whom they work and not for the student. Responsibility includes being on time and keeping appointments with students. Remember, each student is responsible for his or her personal academic success or failure.
Our dedication to academic advising will help Idaho State student-athletes find a path through the transitions from high school through college to career. The narrowest view of advising is that you review and approve an advisee’s course schedule each semester. While that is a critical component, it is a minimal concept of advising. The role of academic advisor is much broader than helping with course selection. It also includes:
This information and other
supporting materials are available through the Student-Athlete Support Center, Central Academic Advising, ISU Career Center, and the NCAA manual.
Advisors are not expected to be a psychologist, parent, coddler, and/or have omniscient presence. But throughout advising work, need to remain human in their dealings with student-athletes and others.