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Mutual Expectations: Academic Advising

Wednesday, September 27, 2017

11:45 AM - 1:00 PM

Russell House University Union Ballroom


We invite staff advisors, faculty advisors and students to join us for lunch and discussion as we explore common expectations in the academic advising relationship. Advisors- find out from the students themselves what’s working and what’s not. In turn, you’ll be able to share what you expect and hope for from them. We also invite students to share ways that advisers have helped you—or that you wish that they’d helped you. We value your opinion and hope that you’ll join this lively discussion with facilitators and faculty advisers about advisement.

We’ll have FREE lunch for everyone!



Kimberly Dressler
Coordinator of the Sophomore Initiative

Student Success Center

Kimberly Dressler has a B.A. in Journalism and Mass Communications, and a M.Ed. in Higher Education and Student Affairs from the University of South Carolina. In the Student Success Center, Kimberly works with The Sophomore Initiative, as well as the management of all Domestic Study Away programs and faculty student interaction programs. Kimberly also teaches University 101 and serves on numerous campus committees that focus on increasing student success and retention. Kimberly has presented at many conferences on the topics of the first-year experience, living-learning communities, sustainability in the co-curriculum, the sophomore-year experience, peer leadership and cross-campus partnerships.



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