At NOVA, we believe in student success. Academic advising is an important contributor to this goal At NOVA, the responsibility for advising students is shared by all NOVA personnel.
Good advising is more than just helping students choose classes. It also assists students with transitioning or returning to college, setting academic and career goals, and developing strategies to meet those goals.
At its best, advising is a developmental process in which students learn to make independent and informed decisions and to take responsibility for their own success.
Resources for advisors can be found on the CANVAS Academic Advising site.
- NOVA Advisor Toolkit
- Virtual Advising (live chat)
- email@example.com (email advising questions)
- Program Placement Form
- Course Substitution Form
- Online Graduation Process and Application
- Academic Disciplines
- Available Training
- Advising Sheets
If you want to help student make good choices, realize their educational goals and academic advising matters to you, we invite you to attend advising training workshops that will prepare you to assist our students.
The training workshops are sequenced in levels, beginning with NOVA Advising Basic Courses, 100 Level. The first four courses are the prerequisites for the next level of NOVA Advising Intermediate Courses, 200 Level. Certificates of Training Completion will be awarded for each level you complete.
Academic Services provide a listing of advising sheets that shows all the courses required for graduation in a particular program according to the NOVA Catalog. Adobe Acrobat is required to view these documents.
How to Access the Advising Sheets
Beginning with the 2012-2013 Catalog, the advising sheets are now part of the catalog. Follow the instructions below to access the advising sheets.
- Select your year above.
- You will see Programs of Study. Select your program.
- Click on Advising Sheets.
- You can now print the Advising Sheet by pressing Ctrl P or using the Print command from your web browser.