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Advising Week

As a Bethel student, you have a team of advisors working to help you succeed from your first day of class all the way until you graduate!

We created Advising Week in order to help each student start well. This special week includes personalized advising appointments for new students, check-ins for continuing students, and large group sessions to share information and resources from across the university that are relevant to our students' success. 

Advising Week occurs three times per academic year.

Our next Advising Week is October 25 - 29, 2021.

Schedule your advising appointment

New students: During the Advising Week of your first term, you will participate in a required, personalized advising session with your Student Success Advisor. Your appointment will be about 20 minutes in length, with plenty of time for your specific questions. To get started, reserve a time for your Advising Week appointment through the link below.

Continuing students: Advising Week appointments are not required for continuing students. You are still invited to schedule an appointment during Advising Week, or at any other time in the term! Simply book your check-in appointment with us using the link below.

 

Join a live breakout session

During Advising Week, students are also invited to attend our virtual breakout sessions. No advance registration is required!

Links to join the breakout sessions will appear below once they've been scheduled for the term. Simply click on a link during the noted time to join the live Zoom sessions that are of interest to you. Unless otherwise noted, each session will be hosted as a webinar with the opportunity for attendees to submit questions for live Q&A.

Academic Resource Center

Learn about the academic resources and services available to studentsincluding writing and math supportand how to make use of them.  Panelists include a Writing Consultant and the Director of the ARC. 

Accessibility Resources and Services

Hear from the Director of the Office of Accessibility Resources and Services (OARS) as she shares information about the support that her office provides.

Bethel Library

One of our library specialists will give an overview of how to use the university library system and an introduce you to some of the valuable resources they offer. 

Formation and Professional Development

The Associate Dean for Formation and Professional Development will facilitate a special interactive session to process the idea of "building support in our lives". This will be an opportunity to assess the support you have as a student and help identify how to continue to grow in this area.

View a past breakout session

If you missed a live session or desire to refresh your memory on the content, we also invite you to view a recording from prior sessions.

If you have a topic you'd like to see us cover in a future session, let us know!

 

Questions?

Contact your Student Success Advisor. If you don't know who your Student Success Advisor is, please contact the Office of Student Success & Retention at student-success@bethel.edu or (651) 635-8800.