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Academic Advising, Advising Models, Nursing Education, Student Progression



  1. Morton, Jennifer L.
  2. Kramlich, Debra
  3. Simpson, Nancy


Abstract: Effective academic advising is a dynamic process that is linked to student success. In 2015, a private institution in northern New England began the process of reenvisioning academic advisement as a quality improvement goal for program evaluation. A three-tiered model was used that encompassed targeted academic advising during the early foundational period (core coursework), academic advising during intensive theory and clinical coursework, and postgraduation advising targeting NCLEX-RN(R) support and mentoring. The goal of this advising model is to develop a relationship with students in forming a plan that leads to a self-fulfilling academic journey and life.