The Advising Network, convened by the Chair of the Academic Advising Council, is a campus-wide association that facilitates communications among staff and faculty advisors regarding issues, policies, and procedures related to advising.
The Advisor Development eLearning course provides advisors the core knowledge to successfully advise UNI students during their academic careers. This course is available to all undergraduate faculty and advisors through their eLearning site. If you do not see the course in your eLearning courses list, please let us know.
The annual new and returning advisor in-service is held in the fall semester in mid-October. This in-service, offered in a scenario-based format, is for faculty and staff academic advisors to get an in-depth look at guidelines, policies, programs and procedures related to academic advising, access the advising tools and resources available, and to network with current UNI academic advisors who can provide mentoring and support throughout the year. To register for the current fall semester in-service, please follow this link.
This event provides a venue to address information covering best practices, resources, and campus updates impacting academic advisors. It is a come and go event (no registration necessary) where advisors pick which sessions to attend.
To satisfy the Advisor Development Certificate requirements, complete all five Core Knowledge areas in the Advisor Development eLearning Course and three electives, including the self- assessments.
Additional certificate requirements include:
- One year of advising experience at UNI
- Participation in the Fall New & Returning Academic Advisor In-Service
- Participation in the Spring Academic Advisor Workshop
Certificate completion will be assessed each semester on December 1 and April 15.
Advisors who complete the requirements of the Advising Certificate will receive recognition for their work. See our past certificate recipients here.