Meeting with your Computer Information Technology advisor is important for student success. It's not just about registering for classes; it's about picking the right pathway, meeting your personal needs, and fulfilling the requirements of your program.
When you enroll as a student, you will be placed with an advisor for your program. Advising is typically open for a month before the end of the current semester, but continues up until the first class meeting time! Register early though, since some classes do fill up!
Scheduling an Advising Appointment
Use the online appointment scheduler to schedule an appointment with your program advisor. If there are no times available that work for you, you can contact your advisor using the contact information below.
Not sure who to advise with? Check the list below.
Many instructors are gone for the summer (late May-early Aug). You may need to advise with available instructors or chairperson.
Pete Kennedy, Chairperson
What to Expect During Advising
Typical appointments are around 30 minutes, depending on advising needs. While meeting, your advisor will create a "Course Plan" for you in Self-Service, which includes classes for the next semester(s) that match your selected program. You may then register for approved classes (in Self-Service) after your registration day/time (sent to your college email).
If you are a new student, please complete placement testing before advising, since results may impact courses to select.
Information Technology: Information Systems
Student Last Names A-L:
Student Last Names M-V:
Student Last Names W-Z:
Nw Instructor (TBD)