Advisee and Major Advisor Responsibilities
Your college educational planning is a shared responsibility between you and your advisees. A proactive advising approach will help retain your advisees and allow them to graduate in a timely fashion.
Advisee Responsibilities Include
- Learn about CSI program degree/certificate requirements, catalog, regulations, and instructional calendar information.
- Schedule regular advising sessions with major advisor for appropriate course selection guidance, create a
graduation plan, and receive up-to-date campus resources and support.
- Make informed, timely decisions based on information obtained or recommended by your major advisor.
- Access your assigned CSI EagleMail account, NetPartner, BankMobile, MyCSI student portal, and Blackboard
course management system as part of your educational studies.
- Visit the CSI website for current events and updates.
- Abide by all College policies, including the Student Code of Conduct (StudentHandbook).
Major Advisor Responsibilities Include:
- Develop knowledge about CSI admission procedures, course and program placement, and the developmental advising philosophy.
- Understand and explain the relationships between degree/certificate requirements, catalog regulations, and instructional calendar information.
- Assist students with relevant career and workforce advice, proper course sequence selection, and articulation program agreements.
- Maintain working knowledge relating to CSI EagleMail, NetPartner, BankMobile, MyCSI student portal, and Blackboard course management system in order to assist advisees with these systems.
- Act as a referral resource for advisees to other CSI departments and community agencies, as appropriate and necessary.
- Assist advisees in selecting courses that reflect individual interests and are aimed towards degree/certificate completion.
- Revise website program content and hard copy materials with the most current information.
- Protect the privacy of studentsí educational records by adhering to Family Educational Rights and Privacy Act (FERPA) regulations.