Academic Advisement At CCM

Students pursuing a degree and/or certificate are assigned to Faculty Advisor/s (from their Academic Majors/Disciplines). In addition, first year students are assigned to a Student Success Specialist (SSS) from The Academic Success Center (TASC). All advisors are working remotely to assist students with their academic advisement questions and needs.

                                     You are encouraged to communicate often with your team of advisors!

  • To find the name/s of your Faculty Advisor/s, click on the  “Who is My Advisor” link.
  • Your Faculty Advisor/s (and SSSs, for first year students) will also be posted on your Student Planning link.  Click on the ‘plan           and schedule’ box, then on the advising tab.
  • You can write a note to your advisor/s for any questions or concerns you may have – be sure to click on ‘save note’ and                    ‘request review’ to send a message to your Faculty Advisor/s.
  • Please note that many degrees and certificates will have a ‘department advisor’ listed.  Rest assured that your note will be                delivered to all the full time Faculty Advisors associated with your major/certificate.

 

If you have a question that needs answering right away – send an email to Jill Wells, Coordinator of Academic Advisement and Student Success for an immediate response jwells@ccm.edu

 


 

Degree-Seeking Students (Matriculated)

Your Faculty Advisor/s can help you select the courses that best support your educational and career goals as well as provide direction to the many resources and support services available at CCM. An email will be sent to your CCM student email within the first few weeks of the semester connecting you to your Faculty Advisor/s.

Each semester, students should first plan their courses using STUDENT PLANNING and then connect with their Academic Advisor/s to reveiw their selections. During the academic year, faculty members/academic advisors will hold virtual and/or online office hours to meet with students.

Once you have met the college’s admission requirements and submitted all the necessary documentation, you will receive notification to your “home/personal” email (the email on your admissions application) on how to make an appointment for NSAR (NEW STUDENT ADVISEMENT AND REGISTRATION).

Non-Degree-Seeking Students (Non-Matriculated)

If you are in need of academic advisement, you are assigned to work with a member of the Counseling staff in the Office of Counseling Services and Student Success. You may email the office at counseling@ccm.edu or call 973-328-5140 to connect with a Counselor.

Once your application has been submitted and processed, you will receive notification to your “home/personal” email (the email on your admissions application) that you are eligible for registration.  You may email the office at counseling@ccm.edu or call 973-328-5140 to connect with a Counselor.