Advising & Success Program Counseling Support
Advising & Success Counseling
Student Success & Persistence (SSP) provides Advising and Success Program Counseling services for current and returning students. Success Program counseling initiatives offer preventative support measures to help students avoid pitfalls and address concerns before they become obstacles. SSP counseling services also assist students who fall behind academically or encounter issues (barriers) that may put them in jeopardy of dropping out or withdrawing from school.
Review the descriptions below for more information about CTC general advising and SSP Success Program counseling services and initiatives.
Academic Advising Options for Students by Location
Central Texas College provides an array of academic advising options to help students set goals, achieve success and complete their degree. Depending on your location, we have different teams of advisors available to assist you.
Drop-in Advising for Current and/or Returning students (Central Campus and Ft. Hood)
Drop-in Advising at the Academic Studio offers current students 15-minute consultations with success program counselors. Students get answers to questions about academic degree plans, placement exams, test scores, registration, courses schedules, support programs, academic policies and more.
Early Success Alerts (All Students, World Wide)
Central Texas College supports the notion that success begins in the classroom. Faculty and instructors work directly with students and get a first hand look at a student's academic performance and probability of success. Success alerts allow CTC faculty the opportunity to identify those students who have the potential to be successful, but may be experiencing difficulties that require support or positive intervention. These students receive a Success Alert email that informs them of their instructor's concerns and offers options to help them correct or address the underlying issues and get back on the path to success.
Probation, Suspension and Dismissal
Faculty Advising: F.A.S.T. - Faculty Advise, Students Thrive