International Student Advising

Best Resources for Academic Planning

Student Academic & Support Services

Library 2153

  • Use the Drop-In Advising services.
  • Make an advising appointment.
  • Find out about all campus resources.
  • Ask about “how to” procedures.
  • Attend one of many workshops.
  • Meet with our resident Faculty Advisor.
  • Visit the evening advisor in Prime Time.
  • Consult on your Study Abroad planning.
  • Get help with problems that arise.
  • Learn about contracts and internships.
  • Learn about faculty and their expertise.
  • Use First Peoples Advising Services.
  • Use KEY Support Services.
  • Use the Health & Counseling Centers.
  • Use Access Services for disability issues.

Faculty Advising

  • Talk to us at the Academic Fair.
  • Make an appointment with us.
  • Get recommendations for programs.
  • Ask about graduate school planning.
  • Find out about professional careers.
  • Ask about ways to develop your skills.
  • Offer to help with class projects.
  • Learn more about our areas of expertise.
  • Become a colleague in teaching-learning.
  • Ask about research opportunities.
  • Get clarification on assignments.
  • Share your academic passions with us.
  • Ask about contacts for internships.
  • Inquire about program and course syllabi.
  • Use the Faculty-By-Subject Directory.

Career Development Offices

Library 2153

  • Use the Drop-In Counseling services.
  • Make a career advising appointment.
  • Explore different professions and careers.
  • Learn about Graduate School programs.
  • Find out about requirements in your field.
  • Develop a professional portfolio.
  • Take practice graduate school exams.
  • Prepare effective resumes for your field.
  • Learn about internship and job options.
  • Attend one of our many workshops.
  • Request a transcript evaluation of credits.
  • Develop your interview skills.
  • Attend one of the career fairs.
  • Attend one of the graduate school fairs.

The Evergreen Catalog

  • Use the On-Line Catalog for up-to-date info.
  • Use the paper catalog for general reference.
  • Use the Match Programs to Your Field tab:
  • Use the Connect to Your Major link:
  • Plan ahead with next year’s catalog.
  • Look at offerings by planning units/depts.
  • Investigate any needed prerequisites.
  • Add focus w/Evening & Weekend classes.
  • Add fun with Extended Education options.
  • Explore the fantastic Summer offerings.
  • Look ahead to graduate program offerings.


  • Identify strengths and gaps in knowledge.
  • Explore and add breadth to your knowledge.
  • Develop depth and expertise in passion areas.
  • Be a conscious creator of your education.
  • Seek regular advising sessions.
  • Practice good self-care.
  • Use the Health and Counseling Centers.