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Article

Publication Date

2014

Abstract

This paper addresses mandates to fix the advising process with a focus on faculty advising systems. Measures of student success and satisfaction, administrative issues, and faculty concerns are among the many factors discussed. Regression analysis is used to explore long-voiced faculty complaints that students do not follow advice. A case study is used to illustrate changes in one department’s advising process and measures of student satisfaction are reported. A model of advising components is offered to illustrate practices suggested to realize the full potential of the advising process.

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Crocker, R., Kahla, M., & Allen, C. (2014). Fixing Advising: A Model for Faculty Advising. Research in Higher Education Journal, 26.

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