Advising Communications Committee
- Brie Gertler, Vice Provost for Academic Affairs
- Robyn S.
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Please help improve the experience of advising – for students, faculty, and staff – by attending demos of leading software products and offering your advice about which one UVA should choose.
Faculty and staff sessions will be held at 10:00-11:30 a.m. and 1:30-3:00 p.m. on 1/24, 1/26, and 1/30.
The Task Force took under consideration the current status of undergraduate advising at UVA (where we are), our aspirations for advising (where we want to be), and what we have learned from other institutions. In light of those insights, we conclude by outlining six broad recommendations for realizing our vision for excellent and equitable advising.
Advising is constantly evolving and must be a part of a cycle of continuous improvement. That’s one of the key messages from our conversations with other institutions. Students change, needs change, understanding and expectations of advising change.... and advising structures need to respond to those changes, always keeping students at the center and aiming to develop the best possible support system to help them thrive.
This section presents key pieces of data (for more information on data sources, please see Appendix C) to reflect on our current state relative to the four pillars of excellent and equitable advising identified in the preceding section.
Listening sessions with almost 200 faculty, staff, and students (see Appendix C) elicited their visions for advising by asking them to recollect exceptional advising experiences.
The University of Virginia is entrusted with the care of outstanding undergraduates, whose hopes and dreams rest with our ability to facilitate their academic, personal, and career development. While we are rightly proud of our high graduation rates, we aspire to much more than students crossing the graduation stage.