The Office of Retention and Academic Advisement provides continuous support for all aspects of student-Center Advisement, including English-as-a-Second-Language students. The Advisement Center is responsible for the integration, facilitation, coordination, and fostering of the driven effort in academic advisement that supports student success. These objectives are achieved through the development of seamless advisement and registration process. The Advisement Center serves as the primary liaison between the academic divisions and the Success Coaches who provide advisement and academic support to all students.
WHAT IS A SUCCESS COACH?
Success Coaches are assigned to the Advisement Center and Divisional Departments. They build partnerships with the students through advisement that includes assisting with student’s developmental skills and habits that contribute to college success. These skills include: career goal settings, learning strategies, time management, organization, and empowerment.
WHO SHOULD COME IN FOR ADVISEMENT?
(As of March 23, 2020-call or e-mail)
While students are urged to keep parents informed of plans and their progress, the advising relationship basically takes place with the student and advisor only.
To make an appointment with your Success Coach, please click here (Make Appointment)
We strongly encourage you to stay home safely while our success coach team will call or e-mail you on the date and time of your advisement and registration appointment. If you need someone that speak Spanish, Creole or Portuguese, let us know. Please choose how would you like to be contacted.
Transfer, continuing, visiting, or non-matriculated students should contact their divisional department or a division success coach for advisement and registration. For contact information please read below.
A Success Coach will be available online from Monday, Tuesday, Thursday from 8:30am to 3:30pm, Wednesday 10:00am to 5:30pm & Saturday from 9:30am to 2:00pm. Remember, stay safe and send us e-mails instead.
Be prepared with questions for discussion. The Success Coach can assist you with:
Click here for ECC Balance Forgiveness Program ApplicationThe Balance Forgiveness and Success Program is being offered by the College to students of the College who have a cumulative grade point average of 2.00 or higher, desire to earn an Associate’s Degree at Essex County College, and have an outstanding balance of one thousand dollars ($1,000) or less.
We are here to guide you through Advisement and Registration!
stay safe and send us e-mails!