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When undergraduate and graduate students enrol at the Main Campus, they are assigned an Academic Advisor. The Advising Office works with students throughout the school year to ensure they meet their academic and personal goals. Advising is an excellent resource for all students, and it can provide them with the tools they need to succeed both in and out of the classroom.

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Advisors collaborate closely with faculty on student performance and any concerns that may arise during the semester. Academic Advisors are students’ primary point of contact, and they should expect regular communication about academic progress, registration, and other related issues.

Students are expected to meet with their Academic Advisor at least twice per semester to discuss their progress and address any questions or concerns they may have about their academic work. If students require immediate assistance, they should contact campusadvising@post.edu. Torrance Hall’s Advising Office is on the first floor.

Accelerated Degree Program Academic Success Counselors

When undergraduate students enrol in online programs for the first time, they are assigned to New Student Academic Success Counselors. To assist students facing academic challenges, the New Student Academic Success Counselors collaborate closely with the Admissions Team and the associates delivering the First Year Experience Program.

Students work with a program/school-based Academic Success Counselor after completing their first three terms.

Transfer and graduate students work closely with Academic Success Counselors in their respective majors or schools. Academic Success Counselors are directly associated with various majors and are well-versed in the different program expectations.

Students should consider their Academic Success Counselor their primary point of contact and expect regular communication about academic progress, registration, and other related issues. Students are expected to meet with their Academic Success Counselor at least once per term to discuss their progress and address any questions or concerns they may have about their academic work.

Students who require immediate assistance can call 203.591.7112 or email asc@post.edu. Students enrolled in American Sentinel College of Nursing & Health Science courses should contact 303.557.9830 or asc-services@post.edu.

American Sentinel College of Nursing & Health Science

Nursing students who enrol in online programs at the American Sentinel College of Nursing & Health Science will be assigned to a Student Success Advisor as soon as they enrol.

These advisors inform students about academic programs, assist them in making informed decisions, and refer students to appropriate resources. Students are encouraged to consult with their Student Success Advisor at any time, whether they are having academic difficulties, dealing with personal issues, or considering leaving the university.

When a student appears to have academic problems, as evidenced by poor performance in a course, the deans and faculty members will notify the Student Success Advisor.

The Student Success Advisor will invite the student to a meeting to determine the source of the problem and devise a viable plan to improve the student’s performance. This plan could include academic and counselling support.

To ensure progress toward the degree, the student is ultimately responsible for seeking appropriate academic advice, meeting degree requirements, and attending classes.

 

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