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Academic Advising is provided by Counseling & Advising Department staff for students who:

  • Have not decided on a program of study;
  • Whose major is either the Associate of Arts Oregon Transfer Degree (AAOT) or Associate of General Studies (AGS) without a focus area; or
  • Have selected a major outside these programs and have not completed Reading 90, Writing 115 and/or Math 60 levels.

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Rogue Community College's counseling and advising staff are here to help you maximize your college experience. We want to help you be successful whether you're a new student, a returning student, or are currently enrolled.

Advising and Registration Clinics are for NEW students and provide the opportunity to learn how to prepare, plan, and register for your FIRST term's courses and to continue these practices throughout your college career.

In a group setting of up to 18 students you will  learn the ins and outs of self-advising and registration, be cleared to register for the coming term and get answers from fellow students as well as professional advisors.

Academic Advising in the Counseling Department is also available by appointment. See Advising Appointments for more information and to prepare for your appointment.

Call to make an appointment:

Students who have selected one of the majors on this Table must see their Program Advisor immediately.

Program Advising is provided by instructors who teach in the program which you have chosen. Program Advisors can:

  • Answer questions about the college and your particular educational objectives;
  • Help with program planning and course scheduling to meet your academic goals;
  • Answer questions about transferring to other colleges and provide assistance in contacting the transfer college;
  • Monitor your progress and provide help as needed; and
  • Provide information about the careers you can have with that degree.
  • Meeting with your Program Advisor helps ensure you succeed while at RCC. Meeting with your program advisor will help ensure you are on track to graduate in a timely manner.
  • If you are program ready, have completed Reading 90, Writing 115, and Math 60 or 63, see the list of staff who will make an appointment for you to meet with a program advisor in your focus area.