The Third Annual Academic Advising Conference will be held on Thursday, Feb. 14!  This conference gives us all an opportunity to learn new approaches and strategies to make our student interactions more meaningful and impactful. We encourage any and all departments to submit a proposal.  

The session tracks are:

  • Assessment and Evaluation 
  • Diversity, Inclusion and Social Justice
  • Prospective Students and the First Year Experience
  • Special Populations
  • Student Development, Theory and Research
  • Student Persistence, Retention and Academic Skills
  • Technology and Social Media
  • Training and Development 

The deadline for proposal submissions is Saturday, Dec. 1. Please note you are allowed to present in more than one session. 

Submit your proposal.


Patti Williamson, Director of the Pre-major Advising Center was honored by Interim Provost, Dr. Kenna Colley for her distinguished service and leadership as the Chair for the Academic Advising Committee. Patti Williamson served as the Academic Advising Council Chair from 2015-2018. 

Thank you so much for your all of your hard work and dedication!



Academic advising at Radford University supports students so that they might succeed in their pursuit of undergraduate degrees, their achievement of productive and satisfying careers, and their attainment of life goals. While course selection and registration are important aspects of advising, Radford University endorses a developmental approach, in which students are assisted in obtaining knowledge and developing skills that help them better understand themselves and their potential.

Read more about Academic Advising at Radford University.

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