When College Advisors Don'tappear to have all the anwers...
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I am transferring from Community College and halfway through my
studies there I was assigned a temporary counselor. This left me choosing my own courses from a catalog, rather that asking for assistance. Now I find myself behind in credits due to taking classes that won't transfer. What is the best way to get a response from college advisors to stay on track and optimize my tuition towards credit classes that will help me work toward my degree?
The best way to optimize the “necessary coursework “ is to meet or contact an advisor in the area/Specialty within the University that you will be transferring to in order ensure which classes will transfer. Make sure you share a copy of your transcript with this advisor so they can advise you as to which classes you are lacking that you can take at your two year college. Remain in contact with this advisor up to the point that you actually transfer. Reaching out and building a rapport with the a University advisor is extremely necessary so that you remain “on-track”. Remember that these professionals are there for you so take advantage of this opportunity. Hope this Helps!
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In such case they can direct the students to meet the subject experts so that they will be able to help out the students in briefing about the subjects and clear their doubts with it.