Caldwell Community College and Technical Institute

CCC&TI Summer Hours : Monday-Thursday - 7:30 am to 10 pm, Friday - 7:30 am to 12 noon

CCC&TI Summer Hours : Monday-Thursday - 7:30 am to 10 pm, Friday - 7:30 am to 12 noon

Academic Advising Center


Academic Advising Center

The mission of the Academic Advising Center is to provide the best possible advisement for students to achieve their academic, career, and personal goals.

Benefits

  • Convenient advisor location
  • Accurate student record keeping
  • Complete semester schedule planning
  • Quick and easy registration
  • Advisement on transfer information
  • Ease of adding and/or dropping classes

Advising Services Offered

  • Placement test score interpretation
  • Determination, location, and availability of support services
  • Assistance with selection of programs of study

College Transfer Students

  • Assisting with selection of majors or pre-majors, development of individual education plans, schedule planning, and registration including drop/add
  • Providing up-to-date record keeping for individual students
  • Scheduling appointments for college transfer students and faculty
  • Advising students transitioning from CCC&TI to other colleges and universities

High School & High School Equivalency® Students

  • Advisement for Career & College Promise students
  • Assistance with transition from high school programs to CCC&TI admission
  • Assistance with college program selection and registration

Hours & Location

The Academic Advising Center is located on the First Floor of F-building (Forlines Building) on the Caldwell campus and in the Student Services Center (W-270) on the Watauga Campus.

Operating Hours
Monday - Thursday   8am - 7pm
Friday 8am - 5pm

College Transfer Student

Degree Check Sheets

As a student in the transfer program, the CCC&TI Catalog for the year when you entered the program contains the official requirements for the completion of the program. Please use the appropriate catalog as a reference. If you have any questions about the requirements, please see an advisor in the Academic Advising Center. Copies of prior editions of the CCC&TI Catalog are available online in the Catalog Archives.

Transfer Students are reminded that each 4-year college or university to which the student wishes to transfer, will have its own degree checklist for completion of the student’s intended major course of study at that institution.  Students must communicate with the senior institution regarding transfer requirements.

Here is the official UNC/NCCCS Comprehensive Articulation Agreement

College Transfer Days - Caldwell Campus

Becoming familiar with senior institutions to which you may likely transfer is made easier by stopping by the location indicated below during one of the below dates to visit with an admissions representative from several colleges and universities. Plan early!



No Transfer Days sessions are currently scheduled.
Please check again soon.

College Transfer Days - Watauga Campus

Becoming familiar with senior institutions to which you may likely transfer is made easier by stopping by the Academic Advising Center on either campus during one of the below dates to visit with an admissions representative from several colleges and universities. Plan early!



No Transfer Days sessions are currently scheduled.
Please check again soon.

Frequently Asked Questions About the Academic Advising Center

When do I need to make an appointment for academic advising services?

  • Scheduled appointments are not required for academic advising but are highly recommended. Please call 828.726.2746 to schedule your appointment

When do I need to contact the Academic Advising Center (AAC)?

College transfer students can contact the AAC any time for assistance with:

  • Academic advisement
  • Directions to support services
  • Transition Advisement

How do I register?

New and Returning College Transfer Students

  • Set up an appointment with the AAC
  • Plan your schedule with an advisor
  • Register classes with an advisor

Currently Enrolled College Transfer Students

  • Set up an appointment with the AAC
  • Plan your schedule with an advisor
  • Register classes with an advisor or with Student Services personnel or by registering on-line

Students unable to make appointments will need to register during regular registration.

What do I need to do if I need to drop/add classes the first two days of the semester?

College transfer students will need to go to the Academic Advising Center for assistance. Hours will be posted each semester.

Is my personal information protected?

All appointments are strictly confidential. No academic or personal information is shared about a student without written consent from the student.

On-Line Advising

(Available for College Transfer, AA & AS Students Only)

To qualify for Online Advising, all 3 of the following statements must be true:

  1. I can verify that I have received my Priority Registration Date and Time in my student email.
  2. I am able to perform the following in WebAdvisor without assistance from an advisor.
    • A. Log into WebAdvisor through "MYCCCTI"
    • B. Access my Program Evaluation (through "Academic Profile"
    • Search, "Pre-load" and Register for classes
  3. I am familiar with graduation requirements for either the Associate in Arts or the Associate in Science programs. I am making these course selections based on my active Program Evaluation and accept full responsibility for my choices. I further understand that financial aid if eligible, may not cover courses outside of my program of study.

Note:

Online advising is NOT designed to be a first-choice option; students with scheduled advising appointments will be served first. To register at the earliest time possible contact the advising center for a preregistration advising appointment or submit the online advising request at least 3 days before your scheduled priority registration date.

Should you lack any of the above requirements, you will need to contact the Academic Advising Center (828.726.2746) for in-person advisement.

Failure to meet the above requirements could result in a delay in your advising which could slow your registration process.

You have met the above requirements, complete the Online Advisement Form below:

Online Advisement for College Transfer Students

Academic Advising is required before every registration period. This form is for College Transfer, AA & AS students ONLY. Submission of this form does not indicate approval of your proposed courses. In order to obtain registration approval the form must be thoroughly completed, the student must meet online advising eligibility, and cannot have any outstanding balances. If any of the above issues apply registration may be delayed.

Please fill out the form below. All * fields are required.

Student Information
Please complete as thoroughly as possible.
First Name:*
Last Name:*
Student ID#*:
Student Email:*
Semester to take courses*:
PROPOSED SCHEDULE*
Course Number & Section Alternate Course Number & Section
Example: PSY-150-101
Questions or Comments:
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Advising Resources

Who is my Advisor?

Transfer (Articulation) Agreements

Your Rights - Our Ferpa Policy

Contacts

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Tonja Horn
Coordinator

Academic Advising Center
Student Services
Caldwell - F - 123
828.726.2627
thorn-fox@cccti.edu
Credentials for Tonja Horn
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Allan Johnson
Coordinator

Academic Advising Center
Student Services
Watauga
828.297.2185 x5237
ajohnson@cccti.edu
Credentials for Robert Johnson