Virtual Access during COVID-19
The advising team will continue to serve students with supplemental advising services through a virtual platform including Microsoft Teams, phone appointments, as well as prompt email responses. For advising and registration questions student should first contact their assigned faculty advisor. Advisor contact information including email can be found on the top portion of the student’s degree audit page on MyStetson.
Students are also welcome to contact the advising team at firstname.lastname@example.org for advising support questions, advising labs, registration dates holds on account, as well as any other concerns. All students, including Discovery students, are welcome to schedule advising appointments with members of the advising team via the SSC platform through MyStetson. They can select any available day and time for a personalized 30-minute advising session. In the comment portion of the SSC meeting request students can indicate if they wish to be contacted via Teams video chat or via phone. Students can visit the Current Student Resources and the Academic Success website for additional resources.
Instructions to schedule an appointment through SSC: Access the Stetson SSC from the Student Life tab on my.stetson.edu. Log on, click the blue "Get Assistance" button on the top right-hand side, select "Academic Services," then "Academic Success." Choose the option that best fits your needs from the drop-down menu. Select a day and time that best works for you.
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Academic Advising empowers students to tell the academic component of their Stetson story by finding out where they have been, where they want to go and the best way to get there. With personalized advising, students will be able to explore the class options available to them and maximize their learning experience here at Stetson.
Academic Advising is conveniently located in the Hollis Family Student Success Center in the library.
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