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BRIDGING THE GAP BETWEEN
STUDENT SERVICES AND FACULTY:
A COLLEGE WIDE APPROACH TO STUDENT SUCCESS

STUDENT SERVICES
FACULTY
STUDENT SUCCESS
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Advising is essential to Student Success

Student Services
Faculty Advisors
+
=
Teamwork

A good advising plan has a clear
organizational framework.

Engaging adjunct faculty in the advising process:
Student draws from unique background
Adjunct faculty feels connected to the college

The college embraces the belief that advising is more than registering students for classes.
OCtech Adopted a Shared Model

ASCC (Academic Success and Career Center)
Advising Center Counselors/Advisors
Faculty/Adjunct Advisors
Peer Advisors/Work Study

An Admissions Counselor
directs all new students to the
Advising Center.



New Student
Appointment
Walk-In


Explain the purpose and process of advising
Explain the placement scores and course progression based on program requirements
Build the student’s first semester educational plan
Explain OCtech Connect
Explain important college policies
Identify support services and resources


Roadmap to Success
Advisor Contact Information
Check Financial Aid Status
Drop/Add Classes
New Student Online Orientation
Academic Calendar
Student ID/Parking Decal/Books
Tuition and Fees
Campus Cruiser/Connect
Campus Map


Campus Cruiser

Connect Account Resources
The Assigning of Faculty Advisors

At the end of add/drop period new students will
be assigned a new faculty/adjunct advisor
by the appropriate Academic Dean.

Faculty Advisors are responsible for
building
Educational Plans (E-Plan)

Faculty Advisor + Advising Center + Student Participation =


Advisor Responsibilities are to:

Define academic goals and choose the appropriate program
Identify obstacles that may affect academic success
Understand requirements for degree completion
Understand the difference between advising and registration
Understand college policies
Identify college resources






Advisee Responsibilities are:

Research and explore realistic career options
Make contact with advisor for assistance
Come prepared to each advising appointment
Accept responsibility for decisions and actions
Use campus services, and explore extracurricular activities
Understand college policies and program requirements
Use Program Evaluation to track academic progress
Check college-issued e-mail account on a daily basis
Notify Student Records of any changes to personal information
Meet all college registration and payment deadlines



Students who need additional assistance may contact:
ASCC
askme@octech.edu
Advising Center

New Student Program Orientation Day



Program Orientation
Motivational Speaker
Campus Cruiser Training
Career Fair
Scholarship Information
Campus Tours

Free Application
Enrollment Checklist
Test Preparations
ASCC (Academic Success & Career Center)
Free Testing
Test Interpretations
Career Exploration





Training New Faculty Advisors
Advising Theory and Practice
(National Academic Advising Association)
Effective Communication
Advising with Technology
Financial Aid
Interpreting Test Scores
Campus Resources
Advising the “At Risk” Student
reghelp@octech.edu




Myra K. Brown, MEd
Counselor
Orangeburg-Calhoun Technical College
brownmk@octech.edu


Tabitha Kim Dukes, MEd
Counselor/Academic Advisor
Orangeburg-Calhoun Technical College
dukestk@octech.edu

Thank you for your attendance
Warren Yarbrough, MA in English from Winthrop
Graduate Certificate in Higher Education Administration from USC
Dean of Online
Orangeburg-Calhoun Technical College
yarbroughw.@octech.edu

Tracy F. Dibble, Master of Rehabilitation Counseling
Counseling, Academic Advisor, and
Coordinator for Services for Students with Disabilities
Orangeburg-Calhoun Technical College
dibblet@octech.edu

Elizabeth G. Rivers, Organizational Management
Academic Student Success Coach
Orangeburg-Calhoun Technical College
riverseg@octech.edu

Thank you for your attendance
Katherine Haigler, M.A.T.
Academic Success & Career Center (ASCC), Manager
Orangeburg-Calhoun Technical College
haiglerk@octech.edu


Warren Yarbrough, MA
Dean of Online Learning
Orangeburg-Calhoun Technical College
yarbroughw.@octech.edu


Tracy F. Dibble, Master of Rehabilitation Counseling
Counseling, Academic Advisor, and
Coordinator for Services for Students with Disabilities
Orangeburg-Calhoun Technical College
dibblet@octech.edu

The Admissions Process
For
New Students

A Financial Aid Counselor is available
in Admissions for all new students.

FASFA
Loan Process
Lottery
Scholarships
Work Study
Veterans Educational Assistance


New Advising Process
For
New Students
Thank you for your attendance.

Coming together is a beginning.
Keeping together is progress.
Working together is success.

- Henry Ford
Warren
"The student is responsible for
decision making
throughout the [advising] process."
O'Banion, 1994
"Student success is
everybody's
business."
Kuh, 2005
Coming together is a beginning.
Keeping together is progress.
Working together is success.
- Henry Ford
The availability of outstanding academic advising and a genuine caring attitude toward the student is
said to create "the finest educational environment." Ford, 2012
Reference:
Kuh, G. D. (2005). Student Engagement in the First Year of College. In Challenging and Supporting the First-Year Student: A Handbook for Improving the First Year of College, edited by M. L. Upcraft,J. N. Gardner, and B. O. Barefoot, 86-107. San Francisco: Jossey-Bass.

Ford, J., (2012) Nine Common Mistakes, Academic Advising Handbook. Houston Baptist University.

O'Banion, T. (1994a). An academic advising model. NACADA Journal, 14(2), 10-16.
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