ADVISING IS LEARNING
Advising at CU Denver is more than just scheduling classes; it is an ongoing, collaborative partnership designed to help students learn, develop, and grow academically, personally, and professionally. CU Denver advisors have developed the learning outcomes below to help guide this partnership and give students a clear definition of what they can expect to learn as a result of their advising experience. Because each student has different needs and strengths, each advising relationship will be different, and some outcomes may elicit greater focus than others throughout the advising experience.
The learning outcomes for advising have been divided into three categories, including knowledge, skills, and dispositions. You can also think of these categories as answering these three questions:
- What will students know as a result of advising?
- What will students be able to do as a result of advising?
- What attitudes and behaviors (dispositions) will students demonstrate as a result of advising?