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Faculty Resource Guide

Advising Resources and Training Course in Bb

All instructors now have access to the Advising Resources and Training course listed under Courses in their Blackboard account.  Clicking the link provided here will take you to the main sign-in page for GTC4Me.  Here you will find all things related to advising. This is an amazing resource! Please look through it and see what all is available to you.

The Advising Resources and Training Course will have information that answers questions such as the following:

  • Where do I find opportunities for training in Advising?
  • How does a student change their major?
  • What if I do not want students to schedule appointments through Starfish?
  • What if an advisee needs help obtaining transcripts from another country?
  • What if I have a question about placement testing?
  • How do I find courses to register for when I can't find them in GTC4me?
  • What do I do if the student is locked out of registration and advisor cannot assist due to a business office hold?
  • Info on Pass/Non Pass Option
  • What is the process for requesting an Add override into a class?
  • Student Academic Standing (notice, alert, suspension) policies and contact information.
  • Where can I find Associate of Arts in the catalog?
  • Where can I find Associate of Science in the catalog?
  • Where can I find a list of Math courses for specific majors/programs?
  • College-wide requirements for student advising
  • Enrolling students in a PASS session
  • Where do I find the test score translation for current admission testing? (Accuplacer, etc)
  • Where can I find the Math and English ladders?
  • Where can I find academic rules such as the 3 term rule?
  • Under what circumstances can a student withdraw/be withdrawn after the Last Date to Withdraw?
  • How do I know the courses each program requires?
  • What if I have a problem with the Student Planning Tool?
  • Is the COL 105 course now a requirement?
  • Is there a college wide communication plan for enrolled students (to know what they are being sent so that we can stay informed)?

 

What do I do if the student is locked out of registration and advisor cannot assist due to a business office hold?

Info on Pass/Non Pass Option

Where can I find Associate of Arts in the catalog?

Where can I find a list of Math courses for specific majors/programs?

Where can I find academic rules such as the 3 term rule?

Under what circumstances can a student withdraw/be withdrawn after the Last Date to Withdraw?

How do I know the courses each program requires?

What if I have a problem with the Student Planning Tool?

Contact:

Assistant Dean, Academic Advancement & Support

Rene Sawyer Rene.Sawyer@gvltec.edu

(864) 250-8528

Divisional Advisors for the individual schools within Greenville Tech. 

School of Arts and Sciences: 

Jessica Johnson Jessica.Johnson@gvltec.edu (250-8701)  or Kirsten Meier   Kirsten.Meier@gvltec.edu  (236-6504)

School of Health Sciences: 

Robert Walker robert.walker@gvltec.edu  (250-8421) , Brett Barclay  brett.barclay@gvltec.edu (250-6527), or Lori Stepp lori.stepp@gvltec.edu

 (250-8010)

Is the COL 105 course now a requirement?

All students will be required to take COL 105 in Associate Programs beginning 2020FA. Certificate programs will not be required to take any COL courses, but COL 103 is optional. There are three unnamed programs that are currently exempt .Contac Lori Stepp to find out more details.

Is there a college wide communication plan for enrolled students (to know what they are being sent so that we can stay informed)?

Use of Civitas Inspire college wide.  

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