AEP Advisement Process

Student Responsibilities

  • Meet with your AEP advisor each semester (three meetings are recommended).
  • Check your  Niagara University email on a regular basis for updates from AEP or other offices on campus.
  • Be prepared for advisement meetings so they can be as productive as possible.
  • Review your degree audit (program evaluation) and transcript in Web Advisor each semester. Make your advisor aware of any concerns or inaccuracies.
  • Maintain satisfactory academic progress.
  • Appointments should be scheduled through the online scheduling system available in myNU, by going to the AEP office in St. Vincent's Annex or by calling 716.286.8203. Please notify the AEP office if you cannot keep your advisement appointment.

Advisement Process

Summer

StudentsProcess
Freshmen & Transfer
  1. Complete the Academic Orientation Form and the AEP additional questions in the New Student Portal.
  2. Attend the Academic Orientation in June or July and the New Student Orientation before classes commence.
  3. Complete the prepaid My Plan Inventories prior to your first appointment.
Sophomores
  1. Review your Program Evaluation and schedule in Web Advisor.
  2. Regularly check your Niagara email.
  3. Investigate your areas of interest: utilize the My Plan program, job shadow, volunteer, and utilize Linked-in (talk with your advisor about Mentoring NU).

Fall

StudentsProcess
Freshmen & Transfer
  1. Recommended: Meet with your advisor monthly.
  2. Review the My Plan Inventories during the first appointment.
  3. Review academic majors, career information and prepare for registration during the additional meetings.
Sophomores
  1. Recommended: Meet with your advisor monthly
  2. With your advisor: choose a semester activity that will compliment your academic and career interests.
  3. Review academic majors, career information and prepare for registration during the additional meetings.

Spring

StudentsProcess
All AEP Students
  1. Recommended: Meet with your advisor monthly
  2. With your advisor: choose a semester activity that will compliment your academic and career interests.
  3. Review academic majors, career information and prepare for registration during the additional meetings.