Your advisor is a faculty
member in your major field, assigned to you when you are
admitted, who gives you information about program requirements,
university transfer, graduation, and all aspects of your
academic progress. Your advisor's approval is necessary for
registering for class (including online registration), dropping
Instructions for Making an Appointment with your Advisor
Type your user name. Your username is the first initial of
your first name, your last name, and the first four digits
of your date of birth. Example: Jane Smith with a date of
birth of February 8, 1992 would have the username of
Type your password: Your password is your six digit date of
birth (mmddyy). Example: A student with the date of birth of
February 8, 1992 would have a password of 020892.
Click Login. (If you have any problems, please contact
Sharon Totten at extension #2245.)
If the “Confirm BIO” box pops up, please change your
password and click confirm. Click the
red X to exit the box. If you do not see the “Confirm
BIO” box, continue to the next step.
Click on Search Availability (left side of the screen).
Choose the Faculty Advising Center by clicking on the blue
drop down arrow next to the Center block.
Click on the name of your Advisor.
Choose your search dates.
Click on Search (The calendar will show a list of all
available dates and times. Make sure to use the scroll bar
at the bottom of the screen to see all available dates.).
Click on the time you wish to make your appointment.
Choose a reason by clicking on the blue drop down arrow next
to the Reason block. (If unsure, choose “general advising
Please provide your phone number in the phone field in case
your advisor needs to reschedule an appointment.
Click Log Off (top of the screen).
Congratulations! You have just made your appointment to meet
with your advisor. If, for any reason, you need to change or
cancel your appointment, please do so through this
AdvisorTrac scheduling program.
questions about academic advising, contact
Director of Advising
Office: WA 100
Phone extension: 2245
Degree/Certificate requirements in
Transferring After Northeast
Full policies of
Northeast Alabama Community College are published in the
Faculty and Staff Handbook (employment policies), or the
Catalog (academic and student policies), or can be obtained
from the Office of the President. While this website
attempts to present information accurately, it does not
constitute the complete statement of policies of Northeast
Alabama Community College. Contents are subject to change