Five Key Components of a Successful Intrusive Advising Process

Five Key Components of a Successful Intrusive Advising Process


Friday, July 13, 2018 | 1:00 - 2:00 p.m. EDT


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Utilize intrusive advising practices to identify and aid students who are in danger of failing or dropping out.

Learn how your advising team can make the most of your data, timing, and support personnel to have a greater impact on academically at-risk students. During this webinar we will discuss how full-time advisors of undergraduate students can use intrusive/proactive advising to improve students’ motivation and academic success, including:

  • Making the most of critical timing in your outreach points
  • Improving interdepartmental communication
  • Using data and predictive modeling to inform your practice
  • Engaging students through coaching
  • Maximizing your content and delivery in student meetings

Designed for Full-Time Advisors of Undergraduate Students

Administrators and frontline staff in academic advising roles will leave this online training better able to utilize proactive advising to effectively serve their undergraduate students. These frontline staff members include:

  • Academic counselors, advisors, and coaches
  • Individuals in academic services or support programs
  • Directors and coordinators of student success programs and centers
  • Retention coordinators and specialists
  • Academic peer mentor trainers


  • Making the Most of Critical Timing in Your Outreach Points
    • Academic Calendar
      • Registration
      • Course WD
      • ADD/DROP
    • Financial Dates
    • Enrollment Calendar
  • Improving Interdepartmental Communication
    • Advisory Councils
    • Dean’s Council
    • Liaisons
    • Sharing Data
  • Utilizing Data and Predictive Modeling to Inform Your Practice
    • Tools: Noel-Levitz, LASSI
    • Predictive Algorithm Models
    • How to Get Data in Advisor’s Hands
  • Engaging Students Through Coaching
  • Maximizing Content and Delivery in Student Meetings



Joseph Connell

Assistant Vice President of Student Success
Ramapo College

As the Assistant Vice President of Student Success at Ramapo College, Joe leads academic advising, career development, early alert, new student experience, opportunity programs, and placement testing. Joe has presented, served, and received awards for his work in several national higher education organizations including ACPA, AACRAO, NACADA, NASPA, and Hobsons/Starfish. Joe earned his bachelor’s degree in Business Administration from Lycoming College and a master’s in College Student Personnel from Miami University (OH).

Questions About the Event?

Elizabeth Hubbell
Program Manager, Academic Impressions

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