A Personal Touch to Advising: A Comparison of Two Academic Advising Models at a Mid-Western Catholic Institution
Erin T. Brown
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This research explored the differences between advisers in the school of business and the engineering department. It provides an interactive opportunity for participants to share their opinions. The significance of this qualitative study is to help higher education institutions continue to develop an environment, which will best fit students with their different needs. According to the research that has been found, both faculty and professional advisers have positive and negative attributes (Filson 2011). This research shows that it is vital for student affairs professionals to take a closer look at the effect academic advisers have on the student experience.
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"A Personal Touch to Advising: A Comparison of Two Academic Advising Models at a Mid-Western Catholic Institution" (2015). Stander Symposium Projects. 660.
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