Academic Advising Center
Monday – Friday 8:00 – 5:00
Garrison Center, L216
Phone: (870) 230-5077 Fax: (870) 230-5336
Academic Advising Center
Henderson State University
1100 Henderson Street, HSU Box 7722
Arkadelphia, AR 71999-0001
ASSISTANCE PROVIDED TO:
- Students who have NOT declared a major;
- Students on academic probation (under a 2.00 cumulative GPA); and,
- Provisionally admitted students.
WHO IS MY ADVISOR?
If you meet the above criteria, your advisor will be listed below based on the first letter of your last name.
PROGRAMS AND SERVICES PROVIDED
Supplemental Instruction (SI) is an academic support program utilizing peer-assisted study sessions to enhance student performance and retention. HSU is establishing a SI program targeting traditionally difficult entry-level courses that result in a high percentage of D or F grades and withdrawal rates. SI offers regularly scheduled study session to assist student with course content and study skills. In addition, student have an opportunity to work together compare notes, discuss readings, develop organizational tools and review for exams. The SI sessions are facilitated by SI Leaders. SI Leaders are students who have already taken and excelled in the subject area. They are observing a section of class so they know first-hand what is being taught at any given time. The SI Leader is there to lead the study sessions and answer questions. Click here to view the Supplemental Instruction flyer.
Free Textbook Loan Program
The Academic Advising Center is sponsoring a Textbook Loan Program. In order to qualify for a free textbook rental, a student must be currently enrolled in at least 12 on campus hours (a full-time student) and comply with the following requirements. The deadline to apply for the fall is April 26, 2013. If selected, you will be notified through your Henderson email by May 3, 2013. The textbook will be available for pickup in the Advising Center, Garrison L216, from Thursday, August 15 until Tuesday, August 20, 2013. If the textbook is not picked up by this date it will be awarded to another student. In the event that you alter your preregistered schedule after August 15, you may forfeit the assigned textbook loaned to you and run the risk of not being eligible for a replacement book.
1. Print and complete the Textbook Application.
2. Consult with your advisor and preregister for a minimum of 12 hours for the fall term by Friday, April 26, 2013.
3. Write a 250 word essay explaining how you will benefit from the free textbook loan.
4. Complete the Scavenger Hunt requirements (visit 4-11) departments).
5. Submit the complete application, Scavenger Hunt page, your fall schedule, and your essay to the Academic Advising Center by Friday, April 26, 2013, to qualify.
For any questions regarding the program and its requirments, please contact Christopher Golston at email@example.com or call (870) 230-5845
The purpose of the mentoring program at Henderson State University is to enhance the quality of educational experiences and the knowledge of campus and community resources for first-generation college students.
The Mentoring Program at Henderson State University strives to increase campus positivity and retention by providing first-generation college students with a knowledgeable faculty, staff, alumni, or peer mentor to help them transition to campus life and beyond.
Click here if you are a freshman who is interested in participating in the mentoring program.
To apply to be a mentor, please choose from the different application options below.
Faculty/Staff Mentor Application
Alumni Mentor Application
Student Mentor Application
Fall 2012 Mentor Feedback Form
If you are a mentee member of the Fall 2012 Mentoring Program, please fill out our survey!
For more information, please contact Anna Eudy Espinoza.
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Other Helpful Links
Meet the Staff
Change of Major Form
Student Intake Form
Student Satisfaction Survey
Math Tutor Schedule (2013)
Spring 2013 Tutor Schedule (service is FREE to ALL Students)