2019-20 Catalog 
    
    Aug 19, 2019  
2019-20 Catalog

Academic Success Advising and Counseling


Academic Success Advising and Counseling is that and so much more! Students start their journey with an assigned Success Advisor to help them navigate their time at Yavapai College. From the start, students will have the support they need to understand their next steps, from completing their financial aid file, identifying academic and career goals in order to select the best program, or helping research the local job market or university for transfer. Success Advisors help students create a plan to completion and beyond. 

Advisors also assist students in adjusting to college life and in developing skills for success as a student’s go-to resource to work through issues, providing information, resources, and referrals. Success Advisors provide support to students during their entire college experience.

Academic Advising is required for students who meet any of the following criteria:

  • Students participating in the First Year Academy (FYA)
  • Student athletes
  • International students
  • Majors in nursing, paramedicine, aviation, radiologic technology
  • Financial aid recipients who have need to file an appeal
  • Students on academic probation
  • Students seeking to take more than 18 credits in one semester

Students in these categories who wish to register must first consult with an academic advisor. To request an appointment with an academic advisor, students can call 928.776.2106 or 928.634.6510. Additional information can be found at www.yc.edu/advisor or can be requested by email: academic.advising@yc.edu. Advising services are available at the Prescott, Verde Valley, Career and Technical Education Center, Chino Valley and Prescott Valley.

Counseling Services


Students sometimes find it difficult to adjust to being a college student whether they are commuting or living on campus. Yavapai College wants to assist students who are experiencing difficulty with college life adjustments through local resources and referrals. Please visit www.yc.edu/personalcounseling for more information.