Calendar of events for the Advisor Training and Development team in Student Success and Advising

Upcoming Events

  • AAT 111: New Advisor Orientation (Recurring Event)

    Trevor Colbourn Hall

    The New Advisor Orientation provides comprehensive training to expand on many of the topics introduced in AAT 101 and AAT 102. Topics include academic record changes, appeals, excess hours, registration, graduation initiatives, and financial aid. The following advising technologies will be covered: myKnight Audit, Pegasus Path, and myScheduleBuilder. The training also includes a strength-based assessment and activity. This is a 2-part training …

    Advisor Training and Development
  • AAT 112: Student Well-Being

    Virtual

    This training focuses on how to support student well-being, make appropriate campus referrals and if required, submit reporting, for students who are in crisis or in need of additional support. This training is facilitated by Student Care Services, Office of Institutional Equity (Let’s Be Clear/Title IX), and Counseling and Psychological Services (CAPS).  Audience: UCF Academic Advisors and Student Support Specialists

    Advisor Training and Development
  • AAT 111: New Advisor Orientation (Recurring Event)

    Virtual

    The New Advisor Orientation provides comprehensive training to expand on many of the topics introduced in AAT 101 and AAT 102. Topics include academic record changes, appeals, excess hours, registration, graduation initiatives, and financial aid. The following advising technologies will be covered: myKnight Audit, Pegasus Path, and myScheduleBuilder. The training also includes a strength-based assessment and activity. This is a 2-part training …

    Advisor Training and Development
  • CSRDE: Do Credit Momentum Policies Through The 15 To Finish Improve Academic Progression And Completion Of Low-Income, First-Generation Students? Evidence From A College Promise Program

    Virtual

    Webinar hosted by CSRDE- The Consortium for Student Retention Data Exchange. This study explores what effect a statewide financial aid policy has on the academic outcomes of college promise program recipients at two 4-year public research universities, Indiana University Bloomington (IUB) and Indiana University-Purdue University, Indianapolis (IUPUI). Using secondary administrative data from the Indiana University’s University Institutional Research and Reporting …

    Advisor Training and Development