UC Clermont

Advising Expectations

We have developed certain expectations that layout the key responsibilities for our students and help ensure you are successful in your academic career. Please see details below.

Appointments

  • Schedule via under "Student Tools and  My Bearcat Network (located in Canopy) or by calling 513-558-8317.
  • Students who are more than 15 minutes late will be asked to reschedule. Please be on time for your appointment.
  • Questions related to your specific degree progress or academic records require an appointment.
  • Open, walk-in advising is available during the week before a new semester begins and the first week of a semester.

Learning Outcomes

Academic Advising learning outcomes and demonstrated UC Clermont core value(s).
Outcome Clermont Core
Work with their academic advisor(s) to develop educational plans that will guide them to graduation

Information Literacy

Critical Thinking

Know the specific degree requirements for their academic programs Information Literacy
Know the name and office location of their academic advisor and their student success network personnel and the role these folks play in the student’s educational experience

Information Literacy

Critical Thinking

Be able to develop an appropriate class schedule and register online Knowledge Integration
Learn to utilize the online University tools (i.e., Catalyst, Blackboard, Starfish, etc.) to facilitate their time at the University Knowledge Integration
Understand the importance of University Dates & Deadlines and other Policies & Procedures as outlined on the Office of Registrar’s site

Knowledge Integration

Critical Thinking

Academic Support with The Learning Commons

Services include tutoring, academic coaching, success skills, math and science support center, writing center, and more. 106 Edith Peters-Jones Building. https://ucclermont.edu/students/ucc-learning-commons.html, 513-558-8319.

Accessibility Resources

For students who have documented disabilities this office may be able to assist you with accommodations. 103 Peter-Jones Building. Meghann Littrell, Director, meghann.littrell@uc.edu; Dr. Matt Sauer, Assistant Director,
matthew.sauer@uc.edu, 513-558-9983.

Counseling & Psychology Services

        Assistance with personal, academic, and crisis counseling. 201 Student Services Building.         Whitney Richardson, Staff Clinician, whitney.richardson@uc.edu, 513-556-0648.

Career Services Center

Assistance in career coaching, major & career exploration, internships/externships, employment services. 100 McDonough Building. glenda.neff@uc.edu. 513-558-0008.

One Stop Center Student Services

For assistance with financial aid, enrollment information, student money management and student billing. 100 Student Services Building. onestop@uc.edu. 513-556-1000.

Student Engagement  

Supports on-campus student organizations and college-wide events. 235 Student Services Building.  Assistant Dean, Student Affairs & Services, Jennifer Radt  jennifer.radt@uc.edu. 513-558-8234.

Veterans Affairs

Provides support to veterans in using their educational benefits and acts as a referral service. 235 Student Services Building.  Jennifer Radt, Assistant Dean, Student Affairs & Services, jennifer.radt@uc.edu. 513-558-8234.

Library

Supports the college's mission by connecting the community to quality resources that support research, teaching and learning.  120 Edith Peters-Jones.  clermontlibrary@uc.edu, 513-558-6958.

  • Accept responsibility for decisions and the investments you make in your education
  • Become knowledgeable about college programs, policies and procedures
  • Utilize the tools available to you to track and monitor progress toward graduation
  • Attend appointments and/or make email contact with your advisor each semester
  • Come prepared to each appointment with questions or material for discussion and take notes during your appointment
  • Ask questions if you do not understand an issue or have a specific concern
  • Complete all "to dos" or recommendations from your advisor
  • Assist you in gaining decision making skills and skills in assuming responsibility for your educational plans and achievements
  • Understand and effectively communicate the curriculum, graduation requirements, university policies and procedures, and program or policy changes
  • Be accessible for meetings with you within office hours for advising, email, or web access and will respond to your inquiries within 48 hours or provide alternative contacts
  • Encourage and support you with information about strategies for utilizing resources and services available to you
  • Monitor and accurately document progress
  • Collaborate to ensure academic success

Goals

It’s important to take time to consider your goals before you meet with your academic advisor. Please complete the “Goals” section of the Academic Advising Syllabus (PDF) before your appointment.