Priority registration begins November 1, do you know what classes to take? If not, it’s not too late to GET ADVISED! Whether you’re meeting with an academic advisor, a counselor, or your faculty advisor, your session will be more helpful with a little preparation. To get the most out of your time, follow these tips.
· Read the CPCC catalog to learn about your program of study, required courses and college policies.
· Have three jobs and five kids?! (Or even one job and no kids!) Give serious thought about how many classes you’ll be able to successfully manage during the upcoming semester.
· Bring any paperwork or documents you’ll need. (For example: transcripts from other colleges you’ve attended, placement test scores, financial aid appeal forms, past advisement sheets, etc.)
· Map out a proposed schedule of classes.
· Jot down specific questions or concerns you want to discuss.
With a bit of advanced planning, your advising session will lead to a successful college experience, one semester at a time.
For more information http://www.cpcc.edu/ican/get-advised