Academic Advisement
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
Criminal Justice Department

What is an academic advisor?

Your academic advisor is available to help you with scheduling, adding or dropping a course, or planning for your academic future. Your academic advisor also is a good place to start when you're not sure who you need to talk to about a problem or question. Your academic advisor can assist you in identifying and communicating with other offices at the college.

Advisors in the Criminal Justice Department advise students in the following degree programs:

  • Animal Advocacy Certificate
    Click here for the Academic Planning Sheet you must fill out and bring with you to your advisement appointment.

  • Criminal Investigation A.A.S.
    Click here for the Academic Planning Sheet you must fill out and bring with you to your advisement appointment.

  • Criminal Justice A.S.
    Click here for the Academic Planning Sheet you must fill out and bring with you to your advisement appointment.

  • Criminal Justice A.A.S.
    Click here for the Academic Planning Sheet you must fill out and bring with you to your advisement appointment.

  • Forensic Science Studies A.S.
    Click here for the Academic Planning Sheet you must fill out and bring with you to your advisement appointment.

  • Public Administration Studies A.A.S.
    Click here for the Academic Planning Sheet you must fill out and bring with you to your advisement appointment.

Day and evening students should contact Howie Bancroft at (518) 629-7491 or Kristen Riegel at 629-4739 to schedule an advisement appointment.
Distance learning students should e-mail Howie Bancroft at h.bancroft@hvcc.edu or Kristen Riegel at k.riegel@hvcc.edu, using your HVCC e-mail account.

Day and evening students are responsible:

  • To make their schedule advisement appointment on time.
  • To come prepared with your completed and signed academic planning sheet (see above for your curriculum)

Distance learning students are responsible to complete the e-mail advisement packet (Criminal Justice A.A.S. or Public Administration Studies A.A.S.)

It is recommended that students are advised prior to the opening of registration.