Advising

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Advising

Students are required to meet with their Academic Adviser once a semester during their first year at Appalachian, but more frequent meetings are encouraged. Students are urged to see their Academic Adviser anytime academic concerns arise. Students can make an appointment through their Appalnet account (appointments are required during registration advising in October-November and March-April). During other times students are encouraged to drop in to see the Watauga Adviser, Holly Ambler. The Watauga Academic Adviser's office is located in the Living Learning Center on the first floor, office 116.

Mission

The mission of advising in the Watauga Residential College is to empower students to take ownership of their education through inquiry based advising that encourages an experiential learning approach to academic planning. Students work with their Watauga advisor to develop an understanding of the meaning of their education. Advising in Watauga is a cooperative effort between advisor and student that consists of the development of the whole person.

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Student Checksheets

These student checksheets will help you track your progress through the Watauga curriculum and ensure that you are enrolling in the right courses at the right times so that you receive the minor or certificate.

Certificate and Student Checksheets (All academic years)

The Watauga Minor in Experiential, Integrative Learning

Watauga students are eligible to pursue the Minor in Experiential, Integrative Learning.  The link above will provide you with the checksheet for the minor and help you track your progress toward it.