The Office of Academic Advising encourages advising professionals to consider academic research and literature as a critical element in better serving students. Please utilize these valuable scholarly resources for educational and professional growth purposes. Ongoing learning and knowledge enhancement throughout the community will yield an elevation in the quality of advising across campus.
This is a small selection of articles. We encourage you to share with us others to include on this list.
- Academic Advising in Higher Education: A Place at the Core
- Academic Advising and First-Generation College Students: A Quantitative Study on Student Retention
- Characteristics of Academic Advising That Contribute to Racial and Ethnic Minority Student Success at Predominantly White Institutions
- Does Contact With Advisors Predict Judgments and Attitudes Consistent With Student Success? A Multi-institutional Study
- Academic Advising Assessment Practices: Results of a National Study
- Understanding the Advising Learning Process Using Learning Taxonomies
- Critical Building Blocks: Mandatory Prerequisite Registration Systems and Student Success
- Quality Assurance in Education Emerald Article: Academic Advising: Does it Really Impact Student Success?
- Essential Functions of Academic Advising: What Students Want and Get
- Perceived Quality of Academic Advising: The Effect on Freshman Attrition
- Faculty and Student Perspectives on Advising: Implications for Student Dissatisfaction