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Some first-year students are also student-athletes. All student-athletes begin by also being first-year students. The chairs of the Advising First-Year Students Interest Group and the Advising Student-Athletes Commission offer some tips for advisors who may be new to working with student-athletes.

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advisor competencies, first year students, student athletes, Holly Martin, Sherwin James
Posted in: 2012 June 35:2
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Students were asked to participate in a qualitative survey including a photography project...

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first year students, student athletes, reflection, Ellen Nagy, underprepared students, conditional admit program
Posted in: 2013 March 36:1
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The most common phrase I hear from students during advising is “just tell me what classes to take.” As an advisor who wants to help students reach their goals and full potential, I cringe each time I hear it…

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student athletes, student motivation, Kristina Allemand
Posted in: 2013 June 36:2
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Upon the end of participation in sport at an elite level, former athletes often experience negative emotions and behaviors… As academic advisors, we can help students ease this transition by applying Schlossberg’s Transition Framework to our work with student-athletes.

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student athletes, Donna Menke
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As a former international student-athlete, current academic advisor, and past chair of the Advising Student-Athletes Commission, I consider it essential that new advisors be aware of the following tips that can help generate success when advising international student-athletes.  These strategies have proven valuable in my success as an advisor in higher education.

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student athletes, Sherwin James
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By accessing available student data store in institution’s enterprise resource planning (ERP) system, the athletics department at Nicholls State University was able to share with the coaching staff important and time sensitive information at critical and relevant points in the semester. In an effort to replicate the athletics department success, an initiative began to implement this strategy within an academic college, where data points were accessed and then reported to department chairs and faculty advisors to provide relevant data for a more intrusive advising approach with students who appear on these lists.

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retention, communication, student athletes, academic support, at-risk students, advising strategy, technology, encouraging students, referrals, Lori Richard

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