Advisors are responsible for the individuals they
Advisors are responsible for involving others,
when appropriate in the advising process.
Advisors are responsible to higher education.
Advisors are responsible to their educational
Advisors are responsible for their professional
practices and for themselves personally.
Any additional questions,
comments, or suggestions?
Folsom, P. & Chamberlain, B. (Eds.). (2007). The new advisor guidebook:
Mastering the art of advising through the first year and beyond.
NACADA Monograph Series, (16).
Haydon, L. (2004). If I were to write a book about academic advising for
new advisors. Retrieved November 24, 2008 from theNACADA
Clearinghouse of Academic Advising Resources:
Miller M.A. (2002, December). How to thrive, not just survive, as a new
advisor. The Academic Advising News, 25(4). Retrieved November
24, 2008 from the NACADA Clearinghouse of Academic Advising
Morano, M. (1999). Challenges encountered by new advisors: Honest
answers, practical solutions. Retrieved November 24, 2008 from
The Mentor: An Academic Advising Journal: www.psu.edu/dus