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The AUACC provides professional growth and development opportunities to advisors through areas such as webinars, program subcommittees, monthly brown bag ‘lunch and learn’ meetings, and end-of-the-semester business meetings.
Advisors who wish to serve the caucus in a leadership capacity may do so in the secretary, chair-elect, or chair role. By-laws set forth for these officer positions can be found on the AUACC website. http://www.auburn.edu/academic/societies/advisors_counselors_caucus/.
The National Academic Advising Association (NACADA) is an association of professional advisors, counselors, faculty, administrators and students working to enhance the educational development of students.
NACADA's mission is to:
As a member of NACADA, you receive NACADA Highlights, a monthly e-letter discussing association events and activities and NACADA Academic Advising Today, the quarterly e-publication covering the advising profession and current issues in advising. (All NACADA communication is done ELECTRONICALLY; therefore, it is essential we have your email address for you to receive the NACADA Highlights, NACADA Academic Advising Today, or other communication.)
Members will also receive the NACADA Journal, a semi-annual publication devoted to showcasing new research and best practices in academic advising.
Click the appropriate membership type listed under "Membership Types" at http://www.nacada.ksu.edu/Membership/index.htm to print an application form.
Completed membership forms with payment should be mailed to:
National Academic Advising Association
2323 Anderson Avenue, Suite 225
Manhattan, Kansas 66502-2912
Fax your form with complete credit card information to: (785) 532-7732
Some Colleges/ Schools or Departments pay for yearly membership for their advisors. New NACADA members should check with their supervisor College/School or Department.
The Career Ladder set in place for Academic Advisors allows promotions to Academic Advisor II and Academic Advisor III.
In order for candidates to be considered for promotion, they must submit a dossier to be reviewed by the current Peer Review Committee. In addition to outlining academic advising experience, student-related reviews, and supervisor reviews, the dossier must also outline three specific areas of activity that are above and beyond the daily academic advising responsibilities. These areas are:
The dossier outline can be found in the following area of the AUACC website