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All students at Regis are matched with a faculty advisor upon their arrival to campus. Faculty advisors serve as the primary contact for students in regards to his or her degree completion. Faculty advisors are fantastic resources who ensure that students are on track to finish their degree, listen to students concerns and future career aspirations, offer advice on how to get the most out of what’s offered at Regis, connect them to various academic and non-academic resources, and assist students in reaching their goals after college.
Faculty advisors are not here to tell you what to do—it is the student who is ultimately responsible for making decisions about what they’d like to do at Regis and beyond. Whether it’s to find out what classes to take, how to apply for grad school, or how to find an internship, faculty advisors are here to help students in whatever way they can.
For all incoming first-year students, their First-Year Seminar (FYS) instructor will serve as their faculty advisor. All other students, including transfers, will be assigned a faculty advisor based on their intended major. If a student changes his or her major, the faculty advisor will also change. If a student is undecided, his or her advisor will be the assistant director of Academic Advising.
Students are assigned a faculty advisor for each major and minor they have declared. All advisors for a student can be found under the “My Success Network” tab on Starfish, or by checking “My Profile” on Regis Access.
To schedule an appointment with your advisor, students can use online appointments on Starfish. First, click the “My Success Network” tab, and then scroll to the bottom to see your advisor. Under their contact information, you can click “Schedule Appointment” to set up a time for a meeting between you and your advisor based on their availability. If there is no “Schedule Appointment” link, you should email your advisor to set up a meeting.
All students are required to meet with their faculty advisor at least twice a semester. The first meeting is called a Schedule Confirmation meeting, and this is when a student meets with their advisor in the first week of classes to make sure that the student is taking the appropriate classes to complete their degree. The second meeting is an Advising Week meeting. Each student will meet with their faculty advisor during Advising Week to plan out what classes the student will take in their next semester.
Students are strongly encouraged to meet with their faculty advisor outside of these two meetings.
While faculty advisors are here to help students register for the correct classes, get connected to on-campus resources, explore potential career and graduate school options after graduation, students are responsible for doing some preparation before they meet with their advisor.
Before a Schedule Confirmation meeting, students should make sure they have:
Before an Advising Week meeting, students should make sure they have:
All of this information can also be found under the Advising Tool Kit button in the MyRegis App.