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Academic Advising

UAC Committees

The UAC instituted advisor committees following the results of a climate survey distributed to Undergraduate Academic Advisors in the fall of 2019. The results of the survey pointed to advisor interest in having a greater voice including in advisor training and professional development, and advisor engagement and recognition.

University Advising Center Training and Professional Development Committee

The Training and Professional Development Committee helps guide the development and maintenance of the Advisor Training & Certification program, ensuring that the content is accurate, relevant, and timely. 

  • Employed as an Undergraduate Academic Advisor or an Exploratory Advisor
  • Level 2 certified 
  • Attend & participate in scheduled meetings (3-4/year)  
  • Complete any assigned tasks
  • Advocate for the Advisor Training & Certification program

Bill Brown,  Engineering & Computing

Alexa Dean, Arts and Sciences

Chris Hallum, Exploratory Advising

Alexis Mynio, Arts and Sciences

Kaylee Rogers, Public Health

Megan Stanley Myers, Arts and Sciences

For information contact Jane Bouknight

UAC Undergraduate Academic Advisor Consulting Group

The Consulting Group provides non-binding strategic advice and feedback to the University Advising Center Admin Team on the operations of undergraduate academic advising to potentially include advisor onboarding, development, mentoring, mandates, technology workflow, etc.

  • Employed as an Undergraduate Academic Advisor for at least one full year. 
  • Level 2 certified 
  • Attend & participate in scheduled meetings
  • Complete any assigned tasks and provide feedback in a timely manner
  • Keep information shared among group members confidential
  • Advocate for the continued strategic advancement of the UAC
  • Understanding and appreciation for University of South Carolina culture

Jillian Bigony, School of Music

Kimberly Chamberlain, College of Hospitality, Retail, &Sports Management

Alexa Dean, College of Arts and Sciences

Sabrina Mcclure, College of Information & Communications

Marissa Rittermeyer, College of Education

Kaylie Scanlon, Darla Moore School of Business

 


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