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Academic Advising Information

Academic and Career Development
West Hall 109

The Office of Academic and Career Development provides access for Ambler College students to both professional and faculty advisors who assist students with their choice of programs and curricula, help students understand the University and its policies and procedures, and help students to attain their vocational and postgraduate goals.

Students must assume primary responsibility for knowing the requirements for their degree and for acquiring current information about their academic status. Academic advisors attempt to avoid errors when advising students about their program requirements, but schools and colleges cannot assume liability for errors in advising.

Newly admitted freshmen and transfer students are advised for their first semester by professional advisors. Continuing students with 30 semester hours or more see faculty advisors. 

The services provided by this office include:
For New Students (Freshmen and Transfer):
o Academic Preview during the New Student Orientation Program
o Academic Counseling
o Registration
For Continuing Students:
o Academic Counseling
o Career Development Counseling: see
o Curriculum Advising
o Final Graduation Clearance
o Transfers between colleges and campuses within the University (IUT), Withdrawal, Readmission, and Reinstatement  Interviews
o Registration Assistance
For Prospective Students:
o Academic Counseling
o Information Sessions
For Continuing Education (non-matriculated) Students, including Visiting and High School Students:
o Academic Counseling
o Registration
For Students with Disabilities:
o Documentation Review
o Accommodation Arrangements
For All Students:
o Referrals to other University programs and services

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