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What Am I Going to Do Now? Tips on How to Advise Students When They Are Not Selected Into Limited-Access Programs

NACADA Miami Region 4 2012

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Limited access final

  1. 1. • hat-am-i-going-to-do-now-limited-access- advising
  2. 2. Build advisor: student relationshipsCreate early advising plansSuggest ideal major/program projectionsAsk prodding questionsAccentuate on the positives first Offense vs. Defense advising strategies
  3. 3. Strengths Follow through Prior knowledge Initiative Good study habitsWeaknesses Procrastination Low GPA Low test scores Numerous course repeats
  4. 4. Athletic Training Limited College of Business Limited Access Denials Access Denials 2 2009 177 182 2009 7 21 2010 277 2010 2011 20111 Undergraduate Program 9 Undergraduate Programs + 11 Minors Morsani College of Medicine College of BusinessAdmit students once a year Admit students multiple times a yearApprox. 450 students Approx. 6000 studentsApprox. 57 majors Minimum GPA Requirements 2.5 – 2.75Competitive GPA Average 3.33 Required course prerequisites Minimum “C-” or betterLimited seating 30 available seats per year Unrestricted seatsRequired course prerequisites Selected programs w/competency test Minimum “C-” or better requirements
  5. 5. Program acceptanceGraduationCertificationRewarding career opportunities
  6. 6. Limited Access Program - A community collegevocational program or university upper- divisionprogram in which student enrollment is limited dueto space, equipment, faculty limitations, or otherlimitations.Florida department of education. (2005). Retrieved from
  7. 7. Space LimitationsFacultyGPA requirementsSeparate application processSpecial certificationsRequired state mandates
  8. 8. “Whatever the circumstances of your life, the understanding of type can make your perceptions clearer, your judgments sounder, and your life closer to your hearts desire.” -Isabel Briggs MyersThe myers & briggs foundation. (2003). Retrieved from
  9. 9. Myers BriggsV.A.R.K. (Visual, Aural, Read/Write, Kinesthetic)True ColorsSigi3 (System of Interactive Guidance &Information)
  10. 10. Myers Briggs - Measures Personality Extravert vs. Introvert Sensing vs. Intuition Thought vs. Feelings Judgment vs. PerceptionV.A.R.K. - Measures Learning Styles Learn by sight Great listeners Learn by writing or reading information Kinesthetic Learners use a combination of styles
  11. 11. True Colors - Measures Personality Types Blue – Nurturer Orange – Adventurous Gold – Traditional Green – VisionarySigi3 - Helps create individualized career plans