Woods Students enjoy full access to the Connors Family Learning Center which offers tutoring in more than 60 subjects, workshops, and support services for students with learning disabilities.
Personalized, passionate, and proactive, our advising approach prioritizes individualized care. Each student in a degree program is assigned an advisor who provides academic, personal, and spiritual support as needed. Everything we do is grounded in the Jesuit ideal of cura personalis, or care for the whole person.
Woods College academic advisors help students enrolled in a degree program plot a course that meets their individual needs. Prospective students, please schedule an appointment with our Admissions Counselors through the Prospective Student Calendly page.
Appointments are available Monday-Friday.
Ben works with undergraduate B.A. and certificate students and is the services liaison for students with documented disabilities.
Alfreda works with undergraduate B.A. and nondegree students.
Mike teaches history at the Woods College and works with undergraduate B.A. students and nondegree students.
Our graduate program directors serve as advisors to their programs' current and prospective students.
Larry is a Visiting Professor for the Applied Economics Programs. He advises students in the M.S. in Applied Analytics program.
Arvind is a Visiting Instructor for the Applied Economics Department. He advises students in the M.S. in Applied Economics program.
Caroline works with students in the M.S. in Cybersecurity Policy & Governance; M.S. in Leadership & Administration; M.S. in Sports Administration; and the Master of Healthcare Administration programs.
Undergraduate students at the Woods College are pursuing their degree at various points in their professional journey. Your advisor will help you determine where you are in your journey and which steps you may need to take to achieve your goals by using the model of explore, prepare, act.