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The Advising Center is a dynamic resource that contributes to the success of Benedictine students by providing guidance, resources and support on their academic pursuits. Our areas of support include: academic advising, transfer credit evaluation and placement testing. We strive to foster an interactive process between the advisor and student that is supported by technology. The goal is to promote each student's academic, career and personal development. Our office is here to provide quality advising services as well as offer resources to new freshman, new transfer and current students.
FALL 2020 CLASS REGISTRATION
Fall class registration is being delayed one week and will begin on Monday, April 6. Students will be able to register based on seniority and will be meeting with their advisors virtually. More information will be available in the coming days about how to sign up for your advising time.
We know many additional questions will likely continue to surface as we work through the rest of the spring 2020 semester. Know that your safety remains our number one priority and that is why we are taking these unparalleled steps. Please check our Coronavirus FAQ webpage for frequent updates.
Effective with the Fall 2019 term, all undergraduate and graduate courses at Benedictine University will be renumbered from three-digits to four-digits. Please visit the Office of the Registrar's Webpage for more information.
At Benedictine University academic advising is grounded in Benedictine values and the University mission. It is an interactive process between the advisor and student and is supported by technology. The goal is to promote each student's academic, career and personal development.
Faculty and staff are committed to creating a decision-making framework through which students can identify and realize their educational goals. Although academic advising is a collaborative function of both student and advisor, the final responsibility for satisfying University and major requirements rests with the student.
The student actively participates in the educational decision-making process.