Types of advising for new & current students
Advisors and counselors offer a variety of advising opportunities to help you reach your goals.
New student advising
They will guide you in choosing classes that match your college and career plans.
Advising sessions are on a first-come, first-served basis—no appointment is necessary. Contact a campus Advising Center.
What to bring
- High school or college transcripts
- Proof of TSI status if available
One-on-one academic advising
- Academic difficulties
- College skills
- University transfer preparation
- Major and career planning
Advising/counseling sessions are a walk-in basis; no appointment is necessary.
Other types of advising
Explore majors and plan for your career
We can help you find a college major and future career that fits your abilities, life goals, and personal traits.
Advising for Distance Learning Students
ACC professors advise students majoring in their program of study. By contacting your instructional department or division, you can begin receiving expert guidance to select classes, earn your degree, and enter your chosen career field. If you're a general studies major, meet with a Student Services counselor.