Faculty

Below you will find campus based information that will be helpful to you as you begin to advise your students in a remote capacity. Because we will not be able to meet with students in a traditional manner, you will need to be attentive to your SJC Portal several times each day throughout the Advising and Registration Process as students are likely to be requesting reviews of their schedules as they make changes. Once you have approved courses in Student Planning, it is preferred to have students register themselves using the 'Register Now' button in Student Planning. However, if you are manually registering a student for a particular reason, the student's approval of this registration must be obtained in writing (via email) or, if the approval is given over the phone, it must be documented that phone approval was given in the 'notes' tab of Student Planning.

Brooklyn Advisement

Advising, planning and registering courses for students remotely, either over the phone or through various computer-based options such as Zoom or Google, can be quite different than meeting with a student in person, but fundamentally, it's the same process. The document Advising Students Remotely provides useful information to help guide you through the process.

Please see the following links that you will find useful while advising remotely:

Campus-based undergraduate students in their sophomore, junior, or senior year are typically allowed to take two online courses every semester and during the summer term. Also, a minimum GPA of 2.0 is required to register for online courses. If you would like to request an exception to these policies due to an extenuating circumstance, or if you are encountering a wait-listed or closed online class that you must take to graduate on time, please fill out our Online Course Exception Request Form.

Long Island Advisement

Advising, planning and registering courses for students either over the phone or through email can be quite different than meeting with a student in person, but fundamentally, it's the same process. The document Faculty Academic Advising Online provides useful information to help guide you through the process.

Please see the following links that you will find useful while advising remotely:

Campus-based undergraduate students in their sophomore, junior, or senior year are typically allowed to take two online courses every semester and during the summer term. Also, a minimum GPA of 2.0 is required to register for online courses. If you would like to request an exception to these policies due to an extenuating circumstance, or if you are encountering a wait-listed or closed online class that you must take to graduate on time, please fill out our Online Course Exception Request Form.