- 02/05/2024 - 03/11/2024
This course takes a deep dive into “under-resourced” students and how to provide quality academic advising based on the essential components and unique characteristics of each student population. Topics include advising multicultural populations of students, LGBTQ students, students with disabilities, and first-generation students.
Taking a holistic view of advising a student is always a good approach, but it’s particularly important when working with these student populations. This requires an understanding of many student cohorts and the unique characteristics of each population.
After taking this course, you should be able to do the following:
- Identify the unique characteristics and barriers for certain student populations that may put their college success at risk.
- Differentiate the challenges of individual student populations and identify strategies to use when working with under-resourced students.
- Learn the relational and conceptual considerations of advising under-resourced students.
- Number: OL 3825.01
- Mode: Instructor Led
- Duration: 5 Weeks
- Time Commitment: 3-5 hours/week