Master Advisor Program
The purpose of the Master Advisor Program is to create a core of highly skilled advisors who provide high quality academic advising to support new and continuing NKU students. The program will offer resources to faculty and staff advisors regarding basic and advanced advising strategies and techniques, legal issues related to advising, the technologies associated with advising, academic policies, and specific curriculum requirements.
The program will facilitate and foster collaboration between academic advisors and campus departments, creating a network of advising resources for faculty and staff who participate in the program. Faculty and staff who participate in the Master Advisor Program will be equipped with the resources to serve as academic advising leaders in their home department.
Contact Melody McMillan, Norse Advising (859 572-6175) for further information about the Master Advisor program.
NEW WORKSHOPS FOR OCTOBER - Register by October 1, 2013 (RSVP email@example.com)
October 8 - Title IX and Advising - helping students with issues such as sexual violence and pregnancy; presenter: Jeffrey Waple, Dean of Students (10-11 am, SU 108)
October 22 - Advising Discussion Luncheon, Topic: e-Advising (12-1:30 pm, SU 104)