Your advisor can guide you through fall and summer course registration mazes!
Advising Center drop-in hours:
- Monday, April 6 (40+ credits earned/VA): 9am-3pm
- Tuesday, April 7 (30+ credits earned): 1pm-6pm
- Wednesday, April 8 (20+ credits earned): 9am-3pm
- Thursday, April 9 (10+ credits earned): 9am-3pm
- Friday, April 10 (0+ credits earned): 9am-3pm
PSEO registration for fall begins April 27.
We are committed to supporting student development through excellence in advising.
Integrity, Respect, Professionalism
By regularly using advising services students will:
- Understand program requirements, educational policies and procedures and know where to find accurate, up-to-date information about them.
- Demonstrate effective decision-making concerning their degree and career goals.
- Gain the skills to develop a comprehensive plan for achieving their educational goals.
- Be able to identify services and resources available at NHCC to assist them with success.
- Independently access and use eServices and DARS and understand the information it provides relating to transfer and/or graduation.
- Understand the connection between educational/career goals, program selection and course selection and will register for appropriate courses with their goals in mind.
Expect Your Advisor to:
Students Are Expected to:
Understand and effectively communicate important NHCC policies and procedures.
Provide a safe space to ask questions and express concerns.
Help you evaluate and define goals.
Support and encourage you as you gain the skills and knowledge to work toward meeting your educational goals.
Be available to answer questions through meetings, walk-ins, phone or email.
Demonstrate how to utilize technology.
Refer you to other on and off-campus services as appropriate.
- Attend advising appointments on time; once per semester, or more often if needed.
- Keep all of your information current in eServices.
- Read NHCC email.
- Become knowledgeable of NHCC policies, procedures, and resources.
- Ask questions if you do not understand a topic.
- Be responsible for your own educational plans, decisions and for monitoring requirements for graduation.
- Be willing to communicate with and consider advice from faculty, advisors, and other mentors.