Pathways Advising FAQs

Frequently Asked Questions 

Will Academic Advisors who had offices in the Divisions still be located there? 

Yes. You can still connect with Jonny, Marina, and Deanne in their former locations once we are back on campus. 

 

Will Advisors continue to connect with faculty? 

Yes! Advisors are working directly with faculty involved in course mapping and will communicate just as before with Program Chairs and faculty regarding questions. We continue to be available for class visits and consultations. 

 

What about Academic Advisors who advised for specific transfer programs? 

BC Pathways include both transfer and professional technical programs. It is important that students understand their options and are not bounced between advisors. 

 

Can you tell me more about the new Target X tool?

It is currently being rolled out within Student Affairs so that we can better communicate and provide support to students. Currently advisors are using TargetX for keeping notes, saving Education Plans, and providing follow-up. 

 

How can I connect with an advisor?  How can students connect with an advisor? 

Information about advisor designations and scheduling will continue to be updated on our website: https://www.bellevuecollege.edu/advising/  

 

What about students who were already working with an advisor? Can they still work with that person? 

Yes!  We want to make sure that students continue to foster previous relationships with advisors. Starting Winter 2021, students will be assigned an advisor based on Program and overall Pathway.

 

What about Academic Advisors who advised for specific transfer programs?

BC Pathways include both transfer and professional technical programs. It is important that students understand their options and are not bounced between advisors. Please connect students interested in transferring to a university to BC’s University Transfer Center.

 

What if I have questions? 

You can reach out to the Director of Academic Advising, Emily Kolby. 

Last Updated January 11, 2021