The Appointment Booking system can be used to schedule the following types of appointments:
- Academic Planning & Advisement
o This is an opportunity to exchange information designed to help students reach their educational and career goals. Advising is a shared responsibility between an adviser and the student. Academic Advisors can assist in this process by helping the student understand options, determine resources, and identify alternatives.
- New Student Academic Planning
o This is for new students entering Sussex County Community College.
o Short-term personal counseling is private, confidential and free of charge. Personal counselors are licensed mental health professionals.
o Transfer planning helps guide students who plan to move on to a 4-year college after SCCC. Students are able to discuss topics that include, but are not limited to transfer colleges, discuss transferring credits to a 4-year college and our Transfer Agreements.
- Disabilties Program Intake
o This is for those who would like to discuss implementation of reasonable educational acommodations to students with documented disabilties. Each student requesting accommodations and support services through the Disabilities Assistant Program is required to submit documentation to verify eligibility under Section 504 of the Rehabilitation Act of 1973 and the Americans with Disabilities Act (ADA, 1990; ADAAA, 2008).
o This is for students who wish to discuss the proper pre-requisites and application process/eligibility for the SCCC Nursing Program.
- International Student Advisement
o These appointments are for meeting with our International Student Advisor to discuss paperwork, course scheduling, and academic advising. Monday and Wednesday appointments will be in D305. Tuesday, Thursday and Friday appointments will be in the Advising & Counseling Center.
- Proctor Testing/Make-up Testing
o This is for students who need to schedule a proctored exam. Tests take place in the Testing Center in B318.
Tips for Academic Planning & Advising Sessions
1. Avoid the rush!
• Set-up an academic planning & advising appointment with your assigned advisor anytime and well before the scheduled dates to register.
• Review the curriculum check sheet for your major, program requirements and prerequisite courses.
• Review your course history on the my.sussex portal.
• Create a plan for the courses you want to take.
• Create an advising folder.
2. What to bring to your appointment
• Curriculum check sheet for your major
• Preliminary course selection
• List of questions
3. Be informed
• Check the Academic Calendar for important dates and deadlines.
• Read the handbook – Student Rights and Responsibilities, Academic Policies, General Policies
For general advising questions, please email email@example.com