Provost's Academic Advising Council

Council Charge

The purpose of the Academic Advising Council is to evaluate the administration and delivery of advising services to all students at Missouri State University and to make recommendations for improvements. The Council will identify current advising practices that are successful and encourage those practices among more advisors. The Academic Advising Council will work to enhance consistency and quality within the advising system and support student development initiatives. The Academic Advising Council is available for consultation as policy decisions are made that affect academic advising practice at Missouri State University.

Standing Members

  • Tracey Glaessgen, First Year Programs
  • Sandy Culver, Director, Business Advisement Center
  • Rachelle Darabi, Associate Provost for Student Development and Public Affairs
  • Kathy Davis, Director, Academic Advisement Center
  • Nathan Hoff, Office of the Registrar
  • Dan Raines, Director, Dr. Mary Jo Wynne Academic Achievement Center
  • Doug Gouzie, Graduate College
  • Jaime Ross, Interim Director, Adult Student Services
  • Mike Wood, Career Resource Specialist, Career Center

Rotating Members

  • Amy Marie Aufdembrink, Student Development and Public Affairs, member through May 2019
  • Ken Brown, Economics, College of Humanities and Public Affairs, member through May 2019
  • Karmen Brewer, College of Business Advisement Center, representing professional academic advisors, member through May 2019
  • Juli Panza, Coordinator, Education Advisement
  • Kim Roam, Childhood Education and Family Studies (Faculty representative), member through May 2018
  • David Rohall, Sociology and Anthropology (Faculty representative), member through May 2018
  • Cathie English, English (Secondary Education representative) member through May 2018
  • Brian High, College of Natural and Applied Sciences, member through May 2019
  • Zachary Burt, College of Health and Human Services, member through May 2019
  • Rhonda Stanton, College of Arts and Letters, member through May 2019
  • Lacey Sukovaty, William H. Darr College of Agriculture, member through May 2019
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