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Academic Advising Handbook for Faculty & Staff

Welcome Advisors!

Welcome to the UNI Faculty and Staff Advisor Handbook for advising undergraduate students. This online handbook is a place to provide essential information regarding academic advising. The links on the left side are to help faculty and staff be successful in their roles as advisors. The "Quick Links" on the right are to resources outside the handbook that advisors may need.

Recent News

Mark your calendars for the Academic Advising Workshops on February 26.

  • When:  February 26 from 1-4pm
  • Where:  Lower Level of Maucker Union & CME
  • Description:  This event provides a venue for campus academic advisors to address information covering best practices, resources, and campus updates impacting academic advisors. It is a come and go event (no registration necessary) with three sessions of workshops (at 1pm, 2pm & 3pm) ranging in topics from career purpose/readiness, studying abroad, financial aid, and transfer students. Below is a workshop spotlight highlighting one of the sessions offered.

          

Faculty Achievements

Photo of Dr. Lisa Jepsen

Congratulations to Dr. Lisa Jepsen for being awarded Winner of the National Academic Advising Assocication (NACADA) Outstanding Advising Award - Faculty Academic Advising.  Dr. Jepsen is an associate professor in the Department of Economics.  She genuinely cares about the welfare of her students and customizes her advising approach with each student. 

As the global community for academic advising, each year NACADA recognizes both faculty and staff academic advisors throughout the world for exellence in academic advising and making significant contributions to the improvement of academic advising.  
Dr. Jepsen is one of 15 recipients of the Outstanding Advisor Award - Faculty Academic Advising for this year.   


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