FCRH Core Advising:
A Way of Proceeding
St. Ignatius of Loyola, founder of the Jesuits, believed that a structured plan of studies helped students to discover their talents and passions. He called this process of engaged critical reflection a way of proceeding.
The FCRH Core Advising Program is our way of proceeding. In both small groups and individual sessions, the program pairs students with faculty and administrators to better understand the College's core curriculum and guide their intellectual pursuits. Salient themes include:
- Academic Progress and Course Registration
- Strategies for Success
- Choosing a Major
- Academic Integrity
Our program extends through sophomore year to prepare students for major declaration, study abroad, undergraduate research, and internship opportunities as they continue in their way of proceeding.
Upon declaring, students work with a major advisor within their area of study.
Additional, tailored pre-professional and graduate study advising is offered in the following areas: