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Institutions of higher education invest in a diverse set of resources to aid student transition and success. It is not surprising that students who utilize these resources are (directly or indirectly) more likely to be successful in their college pursuits.  How can advisors convince students to take advantage of campus resources?

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advising strategy, advising approaches, critical thinking, self-authorship, Sarah Forbes, Michael DeVasher, Academic Preparation, Decision Making

Having a global orientation to the components of academic advising will facilitate the creation or revision of an advising program. From this overview, questions can be raised and details explored.

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NACADA, Academic Advising Today, advising approaches, academic advising, Sarah Forbes, academic advising theory and practice
Posted in: 2021 March 44:1

Planning for an advising session with an advisee involves the advisor learning as much as possible about the student. While getting to know advisees as unique individuals is important, leveraging generational and institutional data can frame the puzzle. Once academic advisors know their advisees, they can begin to identify and assist with student needs.

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Sarah Forbes, student data, developing relationship
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