Find Your Academic Advisor
Log in to Watermark: Student Success and Engagement to view your academic advisor and success coach (if applicable) contact information. You can also download the Watermark Student Mobile App!
Watermark Student Mobile App
You can also find your assigned advisor and their contact information in Self-Service by following these steps:
- Log in to Self-Service
- Select “Student Planning”
- Select “Go To Plan & Schedule”
- Click on the Advising tab. This will list your advisor’s name and email contact information.
Additionally, you may search for full-time staff and faculty contact information in the ACC Staff Directory.
Having trouble reaching your advisor? Submit an Academic Advising Request Form.
Note: Students must complete the ACC Admissions process before registering for classes. Also, students who will be dual-enrolled high school students for the Fall 2023 semester must register for courses through the Career and College Promise office.
Academic Advising Mission
ACC advisors teach students to make educational choices to achieve their academic potential and to be full participants in the college’s mission of advancing our diverse population and empowering lifelong learners to succeed as global citizens.
What is Academic Advising?
Academic advising is a collaborative process in which the student and advisor work together to ensure that the student is on track towards their educational and career goals. An academic advisor can assist students by confirming that their program of study aligns with their career goals, empowering students to make the best academic decisions for their unique situation, discussing the course options within a program of study, assisting with course registration and verifying that the student is on track for degree completion.
If you are pursuing a degree, diploma or certificate program, you are assigned an academic advisor upon admission to the college. Your academic advisor is an instructor within your designated program. It is very important to meet with your advisor before registering for courses each semester and throughout your program at ACC.
New Student Resources
This document talks about the four technologies that students must be familiar with to be successful at ACC including their email, Self-Service, Moodle & Watermark.
This document explains the difference between advising and registration to help you better understand the benefits of academic advising and make the most of it.
What is the difference between an In Person course, Online course and a Hybrid course? Find out here!
Ever wonder what the letters mean at the end of the section code? For example, MAT 152-04EC. Check out the Section Suffix Legend to read the description for each letter.
This document will aid in mapping out course progression semester by semester.