The University of St. Augustine for Health Sciences is committed to student success. With this is mind, once you are enrolled as a student, you will be connected with an Academic Advisor. Your Academic Advisor will be available to support you in many ways during the days leading up to your first class and throughout the duration of your academic program.
Your Academic Advisor can answer many of the questions you are likely to have as you prepare to begin your studies. Your Advisor can also assist you in completing required forms, understanding USAHS policies and procedures, adjust your schedule, and much more. Academic Advisors also have access to resources that can assist you with study strategies, time and stress management techniques, and organizational tips
The Academic Advisor is a partner to your success and will likely check up on you from time to time just to see how you are doing. Academic Advisors are on the front lines of student service, so please reach out to them if you are in need or have questions.
If you are enrolled in a First Professional program of study, you will be connected with a Faculty Advisor once classes begin. Faculty Advisors are available to help you with matters directly related to curriculum, professional development, and career counseling.
If you are enrolled in fully-online program you will be connected with your Program Director, who will also serve as your Faculty Advisor. You will find your Faculty Advisor or Program Director to be a very valuable resource while completing your program and you should not hesitate to reach out to this individual whenever necessary.