Arts & Sciences Majors
Program chairs will provide academic advising and initial registration services for NEW and CONTINUING students in the following programs:
Health Science and Healthcare Management - Dr. Candace Florence
Bachelor of Social Work - Mr. Corey Campbell
Bachelor of Science in Medical and Life Sciences - Dr. Eileen Setti
Medical Assistant Certificate - Dr. Amber Schappaugh
Office of the Registrar will provide advising and initial registration services for NEW students in the baccalaureate nursing programs.
Bachelor of Nursing (Prelicensure, Prelicensure Accelerated, Second Degree) - Heather Moles, Director of Advising
Nursing Assistant Certificate - Ms. Karen Hill
The following individual will provide advising and registration assistance to CONTINUING students in the following nursing programs.
All bachelor degree and master's nursing programs - Dr. Theresa Schwindenhammer
- Dr. Schwindenhammer will have office hours through September 3 in E137:
Monday from 11:00 a.m. to 2:00 p.m.
Tuesday from 10:00 a.m. to 12:00 p.m.
Wednesday from 2 - 3 p.m.
Thursday from 1 - 3 p.m.
Friday by appointment
- She will also be available by appointment and via TEAMS.
CONTACT FOR ASSISTANCE
Mission of Academic Advising
The mission of the advising program at Methodist College is to empower students to become self-directed learners and decision makers who will develop and implement sound educational and career plans consistent with their personal values, goals and career aspirations in healthcare. Collaborative relationships between students, advisors and faculty mentors will assist students in the successful transition to college life and develop students' appreciation for the academic community to which they belong.
The Academic Advising Program is offered to all new and continuing students. The Academic Advising Program is administered by Academic Affairs under the direction of the Director of Academic Advising. The advising model approaches advising from the perspective of learning outcomes and educates students about their programs so that they are responsible for scheduling, progression monitoring, and graduation planning. Students are advised at new student orientation and at advising workshops held each spring and fall ahead of the registration period. Faculty serve as Advising Educators and each student is assigned an Advising Educator who participates in advising at the workshops and orientation. The Director of Academic Advising provides support to all students and to Advising Educators. As students progress in their education, faculty advisors provide career and content based advising support, while prescriptive advising support will be available through the Director of Academic Advising.