Academic Advisement Center
Students with a declared major must be advised by a faculty advisor from their academic department or program.
Students who have not declared a major must be advised by advisors in the Academic Advisement Center (AC-2C01). *If you are in a specialized program (e.g., SEEK, ESL), please contact the appropriate office for additional assistance and instructions.
We provide advising services and registration support for the College community and help students create and execute educational plans, explore life and career aspirations, and persist to graduation and beyond.
- Provide student-centered advising services and support that enable students to take responsibility for their academic and career choices.
- Equip students with the tools and resources they need to: assess their interests and abilities, identify academic and career goals, confidently declare a major/minor, effectively use technology, and develop academic plans.
- Encourage students to become engaged, self-aware, and deliberate decision-makers.
- Provide advising services, training, and degree audit support for the College community.
We Help Students
- make decisions related to their academic careers at York College
- understand graduation requirements, and how they impact course selection and academic schedules
- develop an educational plan for persisting to graduation
- understand York College programs, policies, procedures and resources
- explore various majors, and where they can lead after graduation
- explore life goals, values, abilities, interests, and possible challenges
- evaluate or reevaluate progress toward established goals and educational plans
Who is Advised in the Academic Advisement Center?
- All entering freshmen.
- Transfer students who have not declared a major.
- Continuing students who have not declared a major.
Our services are delivered in one-on-one or group settings and via e-mail.
PLEASE NOTE: During the summer months, the Academic Advisement Center provides some advising support to continuing and transfer students with declared majors. Non-degree seeking students can access advising services at the Academic Advisement Center, but it is not required.
For more information about academic advising and other services provided, read the Advisement ABCs: A Quick Guide for Entering Students.