Academic Advisors are available to 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 the college.Ā Ā Each semester, full-time students pursuing a degree at CCM must see their Academic Advisor(s) to obtain advisement clearance in order to register for classes. Click on the links below, or to the left for information related to academic advisement.
During the academic year, full-time faculty members will have regularly scheduled office hours to meet with students. From late June through August, a summer office hour schedule has been established for CURRENT/RETURNING students seeking academic advisement.
Summer schedule links for majors within the Health Professions and Natural Sciences, Liberal Art and Professional Studies and Applied Sciences Schools are available by visiting the New and Continuing/Returning Student Registration Page.
NEW STUDENT ADVISEMENT AND REGISTRATION (NSAR) ā Once you have met the collegeās admission requirements you will receive notification by email informing you of the steps to take for advisement and registration. This email will come from NSAR@ccm.edu and be sent to your āhomeā email (the one you put on your admissions application). All new degree seeking students are required to attend an NSAR session. The NSAR provides you with an opportunity to meet with a faculty advisor to learn more about your chosen program of study as well as to select first semester courses.
Each semester, full-time students pursuing a degree at CCM must see their Academic Advisor(s) to obtain advisement clearance in order to register for classes. Ā Click on the links below, or to the left for information related to academic advisement.
- How can I obtain a copy of the curriculum checksheet for my major?
- How do I change my major?
- What do I do if I want to change my major, but I’m not sure what to pick?
- Who is my Academic Advisor?