LINGUISTICS & CULTURE
|Data:||15/AGO/2011 7:18 PM|
Yeah, nice of you to share that one with us, Teacher.
Sounds like the advisor is the the Professor who helps a graduate or doctorate student to research and write a thesis.
And there is the "academic advisor", the person that interacts with college students, mostly about their academical lives (within and outside campus).
So they can see him for concerns like:
- Withdrawing, dropping or adding a course, exam excuses, online course approval forms, transfer equivalency course approval forms.
- Personal or family issues that directly affect your ability to attend classes or to complete course work, first week of classes, last day to drop or declare a course Pass/D+/D/Fail, yada yada yada.
In other words, the academic advisor is the one that gives the advice. And the advisee is the one that receives it, but often doesn't listen.
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