Academic Advisement

Advisement Forum

Advisement Forum - A public meeting held regularly for all who are involved and interested (including faculty) in advisement to receive information, training, and development for helping students become successful and persist to graduation.

2015 Meeting Schedule

2015

January 15th, 2015, 9:00 - 10:30 am, Centre Stage
February 19th, 2015, 9:00 - 10:30 am, Centre Stage
March 19th, 2015, 9:00 - 10:30 am, Centre Stage
April 16th, 2015, 9:00 - 10:30 am, Centre Stage 
May 21st, 2015, 9:00 - 10:30 am, Centre Stage
June 18th, 2015, 9:00 - 10:30 am, Centre Stage
July 16th, 2015, 9:00 - 10:30 am, Centre Stage
August 20th, 2015, 9:00 - 10:30 am, Centre Stage 


Advisor Training & Development (ATD)

ATD - The Advisor Training and Development Office coordinates the certification and training of advisors and consults with advisors and administrators on advisement issues.

Advisor Training and Development, created in 2001, serves in a consulting role to the Advisement Forum and Advisement Council (AC) in relation to decision-making and a partner to the UVU Advisors in training and the administration of Advisor training and professional development.

The Advisor Training and Development Office coordinates the certification and training of advisors across campus and consults with practicing advisors and administrators on issues related to structure, practice, assessment and evaluation of advising, etc. ATD coordinates campus-wide assessment initiatives of advisement and works with the AFPC and ALC to implement policy and procedures suggested by the ALC.

In addition to being a member of the AC, the Director of Advisor Training serves in a permanent consulting role to the AC, providing insights and suggestions based on research, practice, and experience related to advising. Advisor Training works closely with the AC as a partner on the issues and needs of advisors in relation to training and development. Such issues and needs are examined to determine how they should best be addressed, as well as by which organizational unit and at what level.

Types of Advisors

Regarding representation, three types of advisors appear to exist at UVU, based on training and similarities in work: primary role advisors, support role advisors, and specialty advisors. These interests, as well as departmental and college/school interests should be adequately represented by the structure of the AC. Training should be developed to meet the needs of all in collaboration with advisors and administrators of all these areas.

Visit the Advisor Training & Development website for more information.

UVU Students

UVU Annual Advisement Awards

2013

Academic Advisors of the Year
Allison Hurst
Lisa Williamson

Support Advisor of the Year
Sue Stephenson

Specialty Advisor of the Year
Veronica O'Brien

Administrator of the Year
Liz Childs

2012

Academic Advisors of the Year
Fred Orchard
Tara Ivie

Support Advisor of the Year
Heather Park

Specialty Advisor of the Year
Dixie Sevison

Administrator of the Year
Adam Black

2011

Academic Advisors of the Year
Tom Liljegren
Lexi Powell

Support Advisor of the Year
Jordan Doman

Specialty Advisor of the Year
Annette Pukahi

Administrator of the Year
Chad Ostler

2010

Academic Advisors of the Year
Erin Donahoe-Rankin
Thayne Dickey

Support Advisor of the Year
Pat Nelson

Specialty Advisor of the Year
Raynette Atkinson

Administrator of the Year
Thomas Melville

2009

Primary Advisors of the Year
John Macfarlane
Diana Johnsen

Support Advisors of the Year
Gary Gardner
Robert Williams

Administrator of the Year
Toni Harris

2008

Primary Advisors of the Year
Yudi Lewis
Shalece Nuttall

Support Advisors of the Year
Stacy Smither
Connie Whaley

Administrator of the Year
Mikki O' Connor

2007

New Advisor of the Year
Laura Shelley

Advisor of the Year
Lee Hinckley

Support Advisor of the Year
Dana Walker

Faculty Advisor of the Year
Karen Whelan-Berry

2006

New Advisor of the Year
Jan Klingman

Advisor of the Year
Amy Ostler

Support Advisor of the Year
Carla Morgan