Academic Advising Center
ASSISTANCE PROVIDED TO:
- Students who have NOT declared a major;
- Students on academic probation (under a 2.00 cumulative GPA);
- Students under (30) thirty hours earned requiring remediation;
- 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.
OUTSTANDING ADVISOR AWARD
The Academic Advising Center is now taking nominations for the Outstanding Faculty Advisor award for spring 2014. The faculty member selected will receive a framed certificate and will be recognized in the Academic Advising Newsletter. The recipient will also have a photo placed in the Garrison Center.
While at least one submission must be from a current student, we encourage faculty to nominate their peers as well. No self-nominations will be considered. All nominations must include 250-500 words that describe the nominee's academic advising services, as well as other activities and interactions distinct from the nominee's teaching responsibilities. To nominate a faculty member for this prestigious award, click here. The deadline for nominations is February 10, 2014.
We encourage you to nominate a faculty member who has made a significant impact on your education.
PROGRAMS AND SERVICES PROVIDED
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 teh different application options below:
Facutly/Staff Mentor Application
Alumni Mentor Application
Student Mentor Application
Please contact Anna Espinoza for more information.
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 schedule.
Volume One, Issue 1
Volume One, Issue 2
Other Helpful Links
Meet the Staff
2013-14 Student Handbook
2013-14 Academic Advising Syllabus
Change of Major Form
Student Intake Form
Student Satisfaction Survey
Math Tutor Schedule (2014)
Spring 2014 Tutor Schedule (service is FREE to ALL Students)
Liberal Arts Core (LAC) Requirements
Frequently Asked Questions