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Advising case studies and other resources
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Case no.
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https://kstateacademicadvisinggraduateprogram.org/final-project/academic-advising-case-studies/
Fredcommunity college, postbacc goals
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2Janecommunity college; ESL; refugee
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3Guadalupe
non-US citizen; URG; withdrawal. From courses; family problems
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4Ericdisability
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5Meganchoosing a major, LBGTQ
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6Kimolder adult, finding a job, religious
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7Ted
underperforming freshmen, FERPA, family problems/pressure
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8Maria
1st gen, underperforming student, choose major, URG
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9Mark
withdrawal from classes; underperforming student; goal conflict
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10AllisonURG, problems with a class/professor
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11SusanURG, choosing a major, abnormal behavior
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http://www.algonquincollege.com/acadvising/files/2013/04/Academic-Advising-Case-Studies.pdf
Case Study 1change of program/transfer
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13Case Study 2ESL, older student, finances
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14Case Study 3Stress, Poor Grades, finances
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15Case Study 4Stress, Career Advice
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16Case Study 5Poor grades, career advice, study skills
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17Case Study 6older student, study skills
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http://www.uncw.edu/uc/train/case.html
Case Study #1JohnHelicopter Parents
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19DianeHelicopter Parents
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20RobertHelicopter Parents
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21Case Study #2Sammy Sleeps a Lot
academic intervention, possible health/mental health problem
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22Work-A-Holic Wilmaacademic intervention, work-school balance
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23Case Study #3Margarettransition issues, anxiety
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24Sammy Sleeps a Lottransition issues, URG, family identity problems
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25Case Study #4Trevortransfer, questions major
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26Case Study #5Tiffanytransfer, no major coursework
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27Case Study #6Ashley
early high school grad, parent-student disagree on major
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28Case Study #7Sammymajor change
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29Case Study #8Leonardoadding/dropping courses. missed deadline
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30Donatelloadding/dropping courses, finance problems
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31Raphaelwithdrawal from class
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32Michelangeloadding a needed class but it's full
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http://www.otterbein.edu/Files/pdf/Student-success/Advising%202.0%20case%20studies%20-%20summary.pdf
Case #1Katefinish degree but wants different career path
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34Case #2Phillip
Disconnect between career aspiration and skills/strengths.
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35Case #3Marychanging major
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36Case #4Williamtransfer credit
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https://nacadar1.files.wordpress.com/2017/03/5-1-handout-2.pdf
Case Study 1Fatimafamily responsibilities, identity struggles
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38Case Study 2Amyinternational student, family struggles
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39Case Study 3Racheldepression, unrealistic expectations
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40Case Study 4Scott
stress, alcohol problems, disconnect between career and skills
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42Beyond Foundations: Developing as a Master Academic Advisorpp. 29-30JerryUnderdeveloped Academic and Communication skills
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43edited by Thomas J. Grites, Marsha A. Miller, Julie Givans Volerpp. 32-33JessTragedy and Loss
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44pp. 33-34LennyEating Disorder
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45pp. 35-38SanmanthaDecision Making and Identity
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46pp. 101-102ShondaFitting into the Institution
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47pp. 116-117SiennaAdult Learner
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48pp. 117-118JiangCultural Differences
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49pp. 118-119DerekProviding Professional Guidance
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50pp. 119-120BrooksIdentifying Wellness Issues
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51pp. 129-133TaylorConflicting Ethical Principles
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52pp. 133-134DallasModeling Decision Processes
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53pp. 139-140DakotaFERPA
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54pp. 141John/JimTax Dependent Status
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55pp. 141-142LukeProtected Information
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56pp. 143-144BellaConfidentiality in Sensitive Situations
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57pp. 144-145AshantiTechnology
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58pp.145-146MoraaAuthority
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59pp. 147-148ZhangAuthority/Promises
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60pp. 149Discrimination
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61pp. 150-151Dean MoriDissimilar Treatment
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62pp.162Table 9.1Gordon's Model of Career Advising Chart
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63“Affective” Advising: Building Relationships Using a Student‐Centered ApproachOneCharlieBalancing School/Social life
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64TwoAnnadisconnect between career and skills
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Advising Underprepared Students
https://dus.psu.edu/mentor/2013/06/advising-underprepared-students/Joefirst-generation, underprepared, undecided student.
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CIRTL - Case Studies in Inclusive Teaching in Science, Technology, Engineering and Mathematics
Barbara Ross Case 11Page 74-77
URM Student advising
CIRTL Diversity Institute
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67AngelaCase 13Page 86-89
Student with test anxiety
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68https://www.google.com/search?biw=1334&bih=1196&q=undergraduate+academic+advisor+case+study&oq=undergraduate+academic+advisor+case+study&gs_l=psy-ab.3..33i22i29i30k1.3031.7918.0.8214.11.11.0.0.0.0.111.842.10j1.11.0....0...1.1.64.psy-ab..0.5.405...35i39k1.0.cDL6J8fogEI
main idea- students who don't see advisors as an authority figure or develop a personal relationship
Vanessa
URG, older non-traditional student, uses peers instead of advisor
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69MaggieURG, traditional student, pamphlet advising
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70NoraURG, traditional student, academic and family crisis
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71https://www.cpp.edu/~advising/documents/PowerPointiDistressStudents.pdfScenario 1Anxious/Stressed Student
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72Scenario 2Angry Student
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CASE STUDY GRID
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Gender and Sexual Identity
Race/EthinicityNationality/Cultural/ReligionOther URG
Generational/Age
Academic Performance
Other
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Academic Issues53929, 31, 32
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Major Selection8, 11
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Personal Problems373870643
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Career1633, 34, 64
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Finance1330, 54
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Health and Wellbeing24,14, 21, 22, 67
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Study + Co curricular Skills
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Legal/Ethical751, 53,
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Other4866, 6847, 65
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* indicates community college
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** indicates cases with suggestions for advisors
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OTHER WORKSHOP RESOURCES
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Julie O’Brien & Niall Hartnett, Western Illinois UniversityActive listening clicker questions
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http://www.wiu.edu/advising/docs/nacada_presentation.pdfActive listening workshop
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https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=VItHKW6KIEE (VIDEO)Video from above nacada presentation
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https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=c9mxsb6bCGE (VIDEO)Good advising
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Components of a Successful Faculty Advising Program (VIDEO)
https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=Hn364HxlsMIFrom 23 mins onwards
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The New Advisor Guidebook: Mastering the Art of Academic Advising By Pat Folsom, Franklin Yoder, Jennifer E. Joslinpp. 174-175Career AdvisingUses Gordon's 3-I Model
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pp. 209-2115 Questions to Understand Diverse Students
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pp. 211-21210.1 (Bobby)Self-Reflection/Cultural Competence
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pp. 211-21210.2 (Maria)Self-Reflection/Cultural Competence
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pp. 212-21310.3 (Tasha)Self-Reflection/Cultural Competence
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pp. 246ChecklistListening, Interviewing, Referral Skills
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