Student Services Advising Department
Welcome to the Advising Department webpage! We are excited that you are here and hope that we have met you already or will soon! Mitchell Community College’s Student Services Advising Department provides Academic Advising and Success Coaching to support New-First Year Students as you begin working toward your educational and career goals.
Advising helps you be on the quickest path to graduation, achieving your academic goals and pursuing career goals!
NOTE: If you have been a student for at least two semesters, are in an applied science program, or an incoming student who has previously completed 18+ college credit hours, you are assigned to a Faculty Advisor instead of a Student Services Advisor. If you don’t know who your faculty advisor is, please email us at firstname.lastname@example.org and we can help.
Are you ready to meet with a Student Services Advisor? See below to determine if that is your next step.
Newly admitted students who have completed the Residency Determination and application to Mitchell Community College and have received their admittance notice first schedule an appointment with an Admissions’ Specialist to clarify their major and learn next steps, including if Placement Testing is needed and if you are ready to meet with a Student Services Advisor for academic success planning. Admissions’ Specialists also inform incoming students about their student accounts found on My Mitchell, including taking the New Student Mandatory Online Orientation.
New students must meet with a Student Services Advisor to be eligible to register for classes. Course registration is through Self-Service. You can access a Self-Service tutorial here.
If you are a new or reapplying student and need to know your admissions’ status, please email email@example.com or call (704) 978-5493 or (704) 978-5415.
If an Admissions Specialist has informed you that you are ready to meet with a Student Services Advisor, please email firstname.lastname@example.org. This email is specifically for new students who do not have a faculty advisor.
Appointments are required to ensure that you receive the necessary time and attention as you embark on your academic journey.
Unsure about your career goals? Use this helpful Career Clusters Guide and discuss during your advising appointment.
Eason Student Services Center
Monday, Wednesday, Thursday, 8 a.m-4:30 p.m. Friday, 8 a.m.–4 p.m. We’re open until 6pm on Tuesdays!
Student Services Department, Building A
Monday, Wednesday, Thursday, 8 a.m.-4:30 p.m. Friday, 8 a.m.–4 p.m. We’re open until 6pm on Tuesdays!
Advisors offer telephone, email, and virtual meeting options in addition to traditional in-person advising sessions.
Steps for Success
Information on Credit for Prior Learning
Advising Roles and Responsibilities
Tools for College Transfer Students
Tips for College Transfer: A Student Checklist