Advising + Academic Resources

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At UW-Eau Claire – Barron County, we want you to have the support you need in getting on the right path in your education. We offer academic advising to assist you in developing education plans that line up with your career goals and have a resources to help in your career development outside of the classroom. We encourage you to take advantage of our academic resources while on campus.


Each UW-Eau Claire – Barron County student is assigned to a faculty or academic staff member who acts as an advisor for both educational and career guidance. The advising process is designed to help students as they make important decisions related to their academic progress at UW-Eau Claire – Barron County. As new advisees, freshmen should become familiar with both their advisor and the advising process. Below you will find guidelines to follow to make the advising process a successful part of your UW-Eau Claire – Barron County experience. 

Meet with your advisor

  •  to discuss any problems which affect academic performance;
  • to receive mid-term grades;
  • to select courses for the upcoming semester;
  • to add or drop courses;
  • to discuss academic progress;
  • to discuss career considerations;
  • to discuss transfer issues.

Tips for scheduling a meeting with your advisor

  •  Become familiar with your advisor’s office hours/schedule, posted on his/her office door.
  • Whenever possible, call to make an appointment.
  • If you drop by without an appointment, try to do so at a time when your advisor has posted office hours.
  • During mid-term grade advising, your advisor will have a sign-up sheet on his/her office door.
  • If your advisor is unavailable and you need to see someone immediately, come to the Student Services Office.

For students who wish to seek the Associate in Arts and Science degree, you may use this Planning Worksheet in consultation with your advisor.

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Career Development

While the importance of acquiring a college education goes beyond job preparation, most students would say that their primary objective for earning a degree is to work in a field that satisfies and is rewarding.

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Learning Center + Learning Tools

The Learning Center, located in the library next to the computer lab, offers free tutoring in subjects such as math, writing, and more. You can also learn about other helpful resources that can aid you in your work.

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