During the week of February 25th, the Undergraduate Academic Advising Task Force, chaired by Associate Chancellor for Undergraduate Education and Student Success Julie Amon, launched two surveys focused on academic advising: one for students and one for faculty. The Advising Task Force hopes to get a deluge of responses in order to gather ideas about how to improve academic advising

At the start of the semester, Chancellor Wendell E. Pritchett updated the campus community about his focus on academic advising, our work with the National Academic Advising Association, and the establishment of the Undergraduate Academic Advising Task Force. 

During the week of Feb. 25, the Undergraduate Academic Advising Task Force, chaired by Associate Chancellor for Undergraduate Education and Student Success Julie Amon, launched two surveys focused on academic advising: one for students and one for faculty. The Advising Task Force hopes to get a deluge of responses in order to gather ideas about how to improve academic advising

Undergraduate students at Rutgers–Camden are encouraged to share their academic advising experiences on campus – whether they’ve been good, bad, or neutral – in a survey that will help to advise this campus-wide initiative.

Every undergraduate student who completes the Academic Advising Survey by March 8 will be entered to win an iPad2.  One winner will be randomly selected on March 31.  This survey and the drawing for the iPad2 are limited to undergraduate students currently enrolled at Rutgers–Camden.
We want to hear from ALL Rutgers–Camden undergraduates!  Your success is too important not to respond.  Your responses will be kept completely confidential and used only for the purposes of research for this project.
To complete the survey and enter for a chance to win an iPad2, simply click on the link below.

Rutgers-Camden Student Advising Survey

On Feb. 7, a faculty survey was distributed with the aim to gather faculty perspectives on academic advising and mentoring.  Faculty-student relationships are critical to student success and faculty input is of great importance to this effort.  The survey will close on March 8. 

Rutgers-Camden Faculty Advising Survey

Questions and comments related to this survey and the effort to improve undergraduate student success at Rutgers–Camden?  Contact Julie Amon, associate chancellor for undergraduate education and student success.

Survey Links