A faculty member with responsibility for advising undergraduate students can make a significant contribution to the quality of education that those students receive. The effective advisor goes beyond the necessary form-signing and assistance in course selection, and becomes a source of career information and an aid to problem identification, analysis, and solution. It is in these less traditional roles that the effective advisor often makes the greatest contribution to quality education.



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