There is more to academic advising appointments than just class scheduling. Our academic advisors will take time to get to know you and learn about your interests, strengths, personality and values. They are also knowledgeable about campus resources, administrative policies and procedures, and can provide tools to help you attain the most from your graduate degree experience.
Most often the academic advisor who assists you during your initial advising appointment will be your advisor for the rest of your time at Webster. You and your advisor will work to plan your course schedule to best fit your degree and professional aspirations. Your advisor will also help orient you to the university’s academic policies and procedures and will be available to answer any questions you have about your program and courses.
Whatever the question, a knowledgeable and qualified academic advisor is available to speak with you during walk-in hours, on an appointment basis, by phone or online.