Advising and Career Services
Whether you are a campus veteran, returning to higher education to complete a degree, or taking courses for professional development or personal enrichment, the College of Continuing Education provides a welcoming and supportive environment. Supportive advisers will guide you through your options and will remain committed to your success. Our goal is to build an enduring relationship with you in order to help you successfully meet your learning goals.
Whether you are a new or current student, are taking a course here and there, or pursing a degree, CCE Learner Representatives are available to help you make informed decisions to achieve academic and personal success.
You don’t have to be admitted to a degree program to get the advice and service that you need to get started on or complete your learning goals. Our learner representatives and advisers are available to you to help get you started. Contact a learner representative to get started on your goals.
If you are interested in completing prerequisite courses in preparation for admission to a health careers degree program, please review our Pre-Health Sciences Checklist before speaking with an adviser.
CCE offers academic advising to non-admitted students on a walk-in basis. Our scheduled walk-in advising hours are Monday-Friday from 10 a.m. until 1 p.m. Our office is located on the St Paul campus, in Ruttan Hall, Suite 20.
Supportive Academic Advising
If you are admitted into a College of Continuing Education degree or certificate program, our experienced academic advisers and supportive educators will help guide you to:
- Develop short- and long-term plans
- Plan a course schedule
- Assess your academic progress
- Access University and community resources
The continual support and reassurance from your adviser will contribute to a personal and rewarding University experience. Additional career services support is available to students admitted to a degree program.
Career and Lifework Planning
Are you thinking about changing careers or need new strategies to get ahead in your present career and are not quite sure how to go about it? Discover a path to more meaningful and satisfying lifework with assistance from the College of Continuing Education career and lifework planning services, offering individual consultations and assessments.