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Outstanding Titan Advisor Award (Faculty and Staff)

Nominations will be accepted until November 20th, 2014 at 5:00 PM.

You may nominate yourself, a colleague, and/or a program you are affiliated with.

Academic Advisors - Primary Role: Individuals whose primary professional position at CSUF is the direct delivery of academic advisement support to students.

Faculty Academic Advisors: Individuals whose primary responsibility is teaching and who spend a portion of their time providing academic advising support to students.

Academic Advising Programs: Programs supporting specific populations of students or the administration and organization of advising. Examples include: adult learners, at-risk students, undeclared students, student athletes, advising models, advisor training, uses of technology in advising, and advising program evaluation models.

Criteria :
The Award Selection Committee will evaluate nominations on the evidence of quality practices that distinguish the nominee as an outstanding Academic Advisor, Faculty Advisor, or Advising Program.
Nominations must include evidence for any of the following:

  • Sustaining a collaborative and supportive learning environment that promotes a shared responsibility
  • Developmental academic advising that supports students' social and intellectual growth
  • Innovative academic advisement methodologies that intentionally connect students to academic support
  • Assessment results that demonstrate student academic success in closing the achievement gap and facilitating graduation

And Demonstrated :

  • Strong interpersonal skills
  • Availability to advisees, faculty, or staff
  • Frequency of contact with advisees
  • Appropriate referral activity
  • Use and dissemination of appropriate information sources
  • Evidence of student success rate, by advisor or department
  • Caring, helpful attitude toward advisees, faculty, and staff
  • Participation in and support of intrusive advising to build strong relationships with advisees
  • Monitoring of student progress toward academic and career goals
  • Mastery of institutional regulations, policies, and procedures
  • Ability to engage in, promote, and support developmental advising
  • Participation in and support of advisor development programs
  • Institutional Recognition of nominee for outstanding advising

If you have additional data to support the evidence-based advisement practices you may send it directly to aactech@fullerton.edu and include your name and the nominee. However, it does not replace the written information required for submission.

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