To challenge, support and guide students as they become active participants in their own learning and explore options and make choices within the liberal arts and sciences curriculum.
- Challenge students to appreciate the interconnectedness of learning and guide them to become active participants in their own learning.
- Guide students as they explore their academic options and make choices within the liberal arts and sciences curriculum.
- Teach students about Emmanuel College’s academic policies and procedures.
- Motivate students to make meaningful connections with faculty, access college-wide resources, and participate in curricular and co-curricular activities.
- Encourage students to develop and integrate strategies for success that will be useful throughout their lives.
- Students will actively participate in group and individual meetings (Academic Advising Program, AA 0101) with their Academic Advisor.
- Students will demonstrate a clear understanding of curriculum options in the creation of their Four-Year Plan.
- Students will be able to act in accordance with the academic policies of the College and monitor their own academic progress using their Degree Audit.
- Student swill demonstrate by their varied activities a utilization of college-wide resources.
In light of their anticipated course of study and career goals, students will:
- Refine their Four-Year Plan, considering Study Abroad, a Level One Internship, Colleges of the Fenway courses, and other external educational resources and opportunities;
- Declare their major and participate in departmental activities; and
- Collaborate with their major departmental academic advisor, and plan their transition to graduate studies and/or professional work.