The Academic Success Center serves as the primary first-year academic advising resource for Jefferson students on the East Falls campus.
Advisors are familiar with campus resources, courses, and academic policies, and are trained teaching faculty who will answer your questions, monitor your progress, and guide you through your academic career.
Students can find their assigned advisor in Degreeworks (accessed in BannerWeb).
First-Year & Transfer Students
First-year and transfer students have a couple of advising options and requirements:
- New students can schedule appointments with their assigned advisor
- New students must meet with an advisor during the first 8 weeks of their first semester
- New students will be expected to meet with an advisor again before registering for spring courses
- First Year Students should contact their assigned advisor or TJU_EF_Advising@jefferson.edu for assistance
Upper-level students can schedule advising appointments with their assigned advisors, their college representative or Advising Advocate:
College of Architecture and Built Environment: Carol.Hermann@jefferson.edu
College of Humanities and Sciences: Ryan.Long@jefferson.edu
Kanbar College of Design and Engineering: Bethany.Ragusa@jefferson.edu
College of Health Professions: Rebecca.Rice@jefferson.edu
College of Rehabilitation Sciences: Stephen.Thomas@jefferson.edu
When to See an Advisor for All Students
- During the first 8 weeks as a freshman or transfer student
- Before the first time registering for a new semester as a freshman or transfer student
- While considering declaring or changing majors
- While planning to take courses at another institution
- While considering a leave of absence or withdrawal from the University
- For questions about the allocation of transfer credits from other institutions
- For questions about academic requirements, policies, or resources
- For guidance with academic choices and decisions
- For help monitoring academic progress
- To discuss strategies for classroom success
- For any other academic concerns or questions!