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Tag: Advising and Support

Graphic advertising the Student Success GPS

May 4, 2021

Faculty Present GPS Analytics for Projects on Student Success

The Office of Advising Technology and DASA Assessment embarked on a new initiative the past two years to offer one-time funding opportunities to faculty interested in analyzing and leveraging data related to undergraduate student success. The main goal of the initiative was to encourage faculty-led, focused institutional research that supports data-informed decision making through the… 

Academic Advising Awards logo next to a drawing of the bell tower

Feb 9, 2021

Faculty and Staff Receive 2020-2021 Undergraduate Academic Advising Awards

In addition to recognizing outstanding faculty and staff advisors, the Advising Administrator Award was renamed in honor of Carrie McLean, the recently retired assistant dean of University College and director of advising for the university. 

Sep 14, 2020

Instagram Advising

Christian Moorer, college adviser for West Bladen High School in Bladen County, N.C., uses Instagram to engage students and get them excited about college. 

A masked, male student with a laptop in his lap looks out the window in Talley Student Union

Sep 8, 2020

Keeping the Pack on Track: 10 Advising Tips for Those About to Graduate

These are 10 things graduating seniors should be doing right now, according to advising experts in the Division of Academic and Student Affairs, the College of Engineering, and the Wilson College of Textiles. 

Brian Peters

Jun 9, 2020

Brian Peters Recognized by National Academic Advising Association

Brian Peters, the associate director for NC State University Advising Partnerships and Services, was featured by the National Academic Advising Association this week for its Member Spotlight series. 

Students work and study in the James B. Hunt Jr. library.

Jun 2, 2020

Advising Technology Staff Use GPS to Help Students Navigate Online Learning Transition

Nikki Glenos and Advising Technology staff led a special effort to keep students connected with their professors and advisors following the university's transition to online classes this spring. They also developed a survey to identify and reach out to students who needed help obtaining reliable computer and internet access.