30-60-90 Student Success Roadmap

Advisor Quick Links

Advisor Connect (email your advisees)

See additional resources listed in the left column.

Online Workshops for your Advisees

These free, on-demand workshops are an excellent initial referral resource when working with a student who needs to improve study techniques or time management skills, expresses test-taking anxiety, or raises questions related to financial planning or types of financial aid.

Links to all twelve workshops.

(Login institution: University of Minnesota Duluth)

UMD Advising Student Learning Outcomes

The following set of advising learning outcomes have been adopted by the five undergraduate collegiate units. These outcomes contribute to students' educational experience and UMD's institutional student learning goals and outcomes. Contact your collegiate student affairs office for additional information.

  1. Students competently seek out relevant and credible information through multiple resources.

  2. Students employ complex thinking skills in managing their lives.

  3. Students reflect on and make meaning of their college experiences toward developing self-authorship.

  4. Students are aware of campus and community opportunities and understand how these contribute to their educational and life goals.

  5. Students clarify their own goals and plan and implement strategies to accomplish them.

Outstanding Faculty Advisor Award Winners

Congratulations, 2012-13 Recipients!

UMD Outstanding Faculty Advisor Award Winners 1999-2013.

Articles and Other Resources

Advisor and Advisee Roles and Responsibilities

Diversity Web (AAC&U)

FERPA Compliance

If Advising is Teaching, What do Advisors Teach?

National Academic Advising Association (NACADA)

Promoting Student Success: What Advisors Can Do

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