Tuesday, May 17 - Wednesday, May 18, 2022
- Improve coordination and communication across CCs and 4-year partners focused on how students are advised.
- Create a shared understanding of excellence in advising and responsibility for the context in which academic advising takes place at the CC and 4-year institutional levels, thereby ensuring that students receive timely, accurate information to support their educational goals.
- Ensure that transfer students enter 4-year institutions with credits that will count toward their degree and with guided pathways designed to align with UT institutional degrees to position students for academic success and timely degree completion.
- Position academic advisors at the CC and 4-year institutional levels to succeed by embedding equity-minded, asset-based approaches to academic advising and interactions with students.