Accepting Applications for Outstanding Academic Advisors
The Academic Advising Council is currently accepting applications for the University of Arkansas Academic Advising Awards through February 18. Each spring, the AAC asks for your help in recognizing and celebrating our fellow advisors through our AAC Advising Awards. Detailed reward information is available on the academic advice site. This year you can find our new and improved simplified nomination process. The selection committee will evaluate nominations on evidence of the qualities and practices that distinguish the nominee as an exceptional advisor.
Please nominate any academic advisor you believe deserves one of these awards. Nominations may include any of the following:
- Senior Advisors
- Faculty Advisors
- Part-time counselors (only for campus scholarships)
About AAC: The Academic Advisory Council serves as an advisory group for the undergraduate academic council and reports to the provost on all matters related to his office. The Academic Advisory Council is responsible for helping the institution increase academic success and retention of undergraduate students by highlighting and providing additional support to academic advisory processes. In addition to advising enrichment programs, the Academic Advisory Board recommends advising goals, procedures, and standards to the provost, including strategies for evaluating advising quality and outcomes.