Location: Lang Technical Building,
Phone: (518) 629-8003
Hours: Monday - Friday, 8 a.m. - 4:30 p.m. (fall and spring)
Monday - Friday, 8 a.m. - 4 p.m. (summer)
The School of Technology Academic Advisement Center offers comprehensive professional advisement services to full- and part-time students. We currently serve approximately 1,300 students, and each semester, students meet with a professional advisor to discuss their academic matters, including academic goals, schedules and courses, and transfer or employment plans. With assistance from advisors, students will be able to develop a career plan to complete thier degree at Hudson Valley Community College and to set goals for transfer and employment.
Since it is the students' responsibility to make certain that graduation requirements are met, students are urged to take full advantage of the advisement services available to gain knowledge of degree requirements, course selections and transfer matters. Advisors also can help direct students to other services on campus.
Amy B. McEwing, Coordinator
Kristen Rogan, Advising Specialist
Lindsey St. Clair, Advising Specialist
Nancy Cole, Secretary I
Advisement and Registration
Advisement and registration information for new students will take place during New Student Orientation.
Call (518) 629-7055 for more information.
Current and Transfer Students
Advisors will begin to meet with students on Thursday, Oct. 29, 2015 for Intersession and Spring 2016 course registration.
Students may schedule an appointment by coming to the office in LNG 107 or call (518) 629-8003. You will need to bring a printed copy of your Degree Evaluation with you to your appointment.
Phone advisement for part-time and evening students may take place with a FERPA password. You must have your Degree Evaluation available for discussion.
NOTE: These calls are taken and returned in the order in which they are received, at the opportunity of an available advisor.
Before meeting with your advisor, please:
PLEASE NOTE: Advisement appointment requests are not taken via e-mail. Contact the Advisement Center 24 hours in advance, when possible, to cancel or reschedule an appointment. Consistently missed appointments will be rescheduled after all other students have been advised.
Attending Your Appointment
Your advisement appointment is your opportunity to enhance your
educational experience at Hudson Valley Community College. During this time,
your advisor will document the courses you are required to take in the next semester. To ensure that you
get the most out of your appointment, please consider the following:
- Arrive to your appointment on time. If you are running late,
please call our office at (518) 629-8003.
- Bring any notices or letters regarding your academic progress
to your appointment.
- If you are in the last semester of your program and plan to earn a degree, please be sure to complete a degree application with your advisor and submit it to the Registrar's Office by the due date.
Follow-up on Appointment
You are encouraged to stop by the Advisement Center in Lang Technical Building, Room 107
any time with questions about your education.
are particularly busy during peak registration periods, add/drop
week, and the second half of the semester, your questions are
important and we will make every effort to give your questions
our best attention.
Student and Advisor Relationship
Advisors assist you
in successfully planning and completing your academic degree or
certificate program. As a student, you can expect your advisor
- Assist you in defining and developing your educational
and career goals.
- Identify the required courses that are consistent with your degree program
and educational goals.
- Review your academic record and note your progress toward
- Evaluate all transcripts from other collegiate institutions
to identify transfer credit.
- Answer your questions regarding academic policies that may
affect your attendance at Hudson Valley Community College.
- Help you resolve academic difficulties.
- Refer you to other campus support services as necessary such as the Financial Aid Office, the Wellness Center, Center for Careers and Transfer, LAC, etc.
- Take an active interest in your educational and career plans.
- Maintain a record of degree progress and all pertinent issues
- Maintain confidentiality in the discussion of any personal
You can make the most of your college experience
by becoming actively involved in the advisement process. You
are expected to:
- Keep records of your educational progress and plans.
- Schedule and keep your advisement appointments.
- Be prepared to discuss educational plans, course selections,
academic progress and other concerns or questions.
- Be aware of policies, procedures, requirements, and deadlines
in the Student
Handbook and College Catalog.
- Complete paperwork for course withdrawals, curriculum
changes and degree applications in a timely manner.
- Research plans for transfer or employment through the Center
for Careers and Transfer.
- Speak with your advisor, as necessary,
with questions about your degree program.
- Have a cumulative grade point average of at least 2.0 to graduate.
Become a Technology Student
If you are interested in enrolling in one of our degree or certificate programs, contact the Admissions Office at (518) 629-7309 or via e-mail at email@example.com.
The following programs in the School of Engineering and Industrial Technologies are advised through the Technology Advisement Center: