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High school students and transfer students who want to enroll in day classes at the Buffalo campus.


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ACADEMIC ADVISING (Graduate)

Each graduate student at Medaille is assigned a to work with a Program Director (Psychology) or an Faculty/Academic Advisor (Marriage and Family Therapy, Doctor of Psychology, School of Education, Clinical Mental Health Counseling, and ALP graduate programs) who will assist the student in developing realistic educational, career, and life goals. Working together, the student and advisor will evaluate and modify these goals as needed throughout the student’s course of study. Graduate program advisors are available during registration periods and throughout the academic year for consultation. See your program section for more information.

Advisor Roles and Responsibilities:

  • To assist students in developing an academic plan that satisfies graduation requirements.
  • To monitor student progress and help students make appropriate program adaptations.
  • To discuss academic, career, and life goals with advisees.
  • To become personally acquainted with advisees.
  • To refer advisees, when necessary, to proper services.
  • To have access to information related to College programs, policies, and services.
  • To inform advisees of changes in their course of study.
  • To maintain regular and adequate office hours and keep appointments with advisees.
  • To collect and distribute student data as needed.

Student Roles and Responsibilities:

  • To meet with his/her advisor regularly during the academic year to work through academic, career, and life goals.
  • To make use of appropriate campus and community services to meet goals.
  • To read the Catalog and course schedule in order to select courses.
  • To make and keep appointments with advisor concerning educational needs, goals and course selection.
  • To know the requirements for chosen program of study.
  • To make certain that requirements are met for that program.
  • To become an active participant in the advisor/advisee relationship and to become increasingly self-directing.
  • To maintain personal records of academic progress.

Rev. 10/2015