Academic advising is a process that assists students in the development of educational plans and in the clarification of career and life goals. Academic advising at Central Connecticut is an on-going process. Advising is done through gathering information from our website, reading the college catalog, meeting in small groups with an advisor and other students at freshman orientation, attending a Transfer Student Advising Session, meeting with the counselor for the School of Education and Professional Studies (SEPS), meeting with an advisor in the Center for Advising and Career Exploration (CACE), or meeting individually with your faculty advisor.
The School of Education and Professional Studies (SEPS) Advising Center provides supplemental advising for all undergraduate students in the School. While it is important for students to meet with their own faculty advisor(s), the SEPS Advising Center is available throughout the year to assist students. We can answer questions about requirements and policies, assist in resolving academic issues, and help with long term planning by seeing the “big picture.”