Organizing and Delivering Advising: Models for Success

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Organizing and Delivering Advising: Models for Success
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    “Unfortunately, precedent, convenience, and expedience are often the principles behind the organization and delivery of advising services on many campuses. The full potential of quality advising will not be realized without the careful alignment of mission, goals, structure, and delivery.”
    ~ Margaret King, EdD
    Webinar Presenter

    Successful academic advising programs do not just happen. They are based on carefully laid plans that focus on student success.  This session will focus on five critical planning elements including: 1) developing an advising mission statement that derives from the institutional mission statement; 2) understanding how advising integrates with other services; 3) identifying relevant goals and objectives for advising; 4) identifying an organizational model best-suited to goal achievement; and 5) delineating how advising services will be delivered. 

    Participants will:
    • Be introduced to the Council for the Advancement of Standards in Higher Education (CAS) Standards for Academic Advising
    • Understand the importance of designing an advising program consistent with institutional mission
    • Begin to articulate advising program goals and objectives consistent with the institutional mission
    • Understand the seven organizational models and the strengths and weaknesses of each model
    • Understand one-to-one, group, and technology delivery systems and the strengths and weaknesses of each system

    Who should attend?

    Key administrators in academic affairs and student affairs, enrollment management personnel, advising directors/coordinators, members of campus task force responsible for enhancements in academic advising

    Who is the speaker? 

    Margaret C. (Peggy) King, a higher education consultant, was Associate Dean for Student Development at Schenectady County Community College, Schenectady, N.Y., where she provided leadership for the Division of Student Affairs as one of a team of three Associate Deans reporting directly to the President.  In her position, she directed the Academic Advisement Center and supervised Counseling and Career and Employment Services.  She received her BA degree in history from Ursinus College (PA) and her MS and Ed.D. degrees from the  University at Albany (NY). Prior to her work at SCCC, Peggy was Asst. Director of Counseling at Ocean County College (NJ).

    A founding member of the National Academic Advising Association (NACADA), Peggy was President from 1991 – 1993.  She was a faculty member for the Summer Institute on Academic Advising from its inception in 1987 through 2008, served on the faculty of the first Advising Administrators Institute, and serves as a consultant on academic advising and student affairs for both two- and four-year colleges and universities.  In her consulting role, Peggy has delivered numerous keynote speeches, facilitated many workshops and has spent several days at institutions helping assess and revise services for students.

    Peggy was editor of the New Directions for Community Colleges publication, Academic Advising:  Organizing and Delivering Services for Student Success (1993).  In addition she has authored numerous chapters and articles on academic advising in the two-year college, on advisor training, and on organizational models and delivery systems for advising.  She is a recipient of the State University of NY Chancellor’s Award for Excellence in Professional Service, the NACADA Award for Service to the organization, and the NACADA Virginia N. Gordon Award for Excellence in the Field of Advising.  

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