The Academic Advising Center supports undergraduate students in fulfilling Xavier?s mission to form students intellectually, morally, and spiritually by helping them pursue educational plans and programs which lead towards a major, minor, or degree requirements and to be academically successful individuals.
The Center ensures that every undergraduate student in the three colleges has an academic advisor and understands:
- academic policies
- registration procedures
- core curriculum requirements
- requirements in individual majors
The Center publishes each year A Guide to Academic Advising which summarizes the purpose and guidelines of academic advising at Xavier for all academic advisors (both faculty & professional) and students. This guide can be found on the portal. Additionally, the Center updates and disseminates to the three colleges academic advising information related to priority registration procedures, core curriculum requirements and academic advisors for the fall, spring semesters and summer PREP.
Office Location: Conaton Learning Commons, Suite 514
Academic Advising in the 3 Colleges
Academic advising is provided for students in all of Xavier's three colleges and the Center for Adult and Part-Time Students: College of Arts and Sciences, College of Social Sciences, Health, and Education, Williams College of Business, and CAPS.