Landmark College advising takes a student-centered, developmental approach in working with students to become more self-determined and interdependent.
Advisors guide students to problem-solve and make decisions regarding educational and personal goals.
- Advisors serve as guides through the Landmark program—working with students to coordinate non-academic and academic elements to meet their goals.
- Advisors oversee a student's entire academic program. Their involvement is not limited to course selection and the add/drop process.
- Advisors serve as the primary contact person for parents or sponsors who have questions about the program. The student is primarily responsible for contact with parents.
- Advisors use diagnostic information and performance reports to help students understand their strengths and learning needs.
- Advisors will help students set short-term and long-range goals and assist students in planning their course of study to ensure they have met appropriate degree requirements and have developed areas of interest.
- Advisors also play a supportive role in referring students to the Transfer Services Office, Counseling and Health Services, and other campus resources to help students meet their needs.
Read more about the role and services of our Academic Advisors.