If you are a first time in college student, coming directly from high school after graduation (FTIC-DE), you have an assigned advisor until you have completed 25% of the courses needed for your program of study. This advisor is the person you met when you attended face to face orientation. It is required that you have at least one more meeting with your assigned advisor to complete your MAP (My Academic Plan) and to review your academic and career goals.
Once you reach the 25% benchmark of your program, you will have an assigned College Mentor. This mentor, an expert in your area of study, will continue to assist you towards completing your degree. They will provide advice about internships, workforce, transferring, etc.
For all other students, advisors are seen on a walk-in basis. However, you may choose to meet with a specific advisor, if that person is available. You may also choose to make an appointment to see an advisor. The availability of appointments may vary by campus. Contact the Advisement & Career Services office at your campus to inquire.