ACADEMIC ADVISING CONTACTS
For general questions or to make an appointment contact Gina Denning, Advising Assistant at 386-312-4035 or at .
Ms. Elasik was drawn to education from her own experiences. Her passion for teaching and working with students developed over the last few years while working closely with the public schools of St. Johns, Clay and Putnam counties. "Each county in our service district is incredibly different. The students are diverse and the faculty truly care about their student’s success after high school!"
Ms. Elasik’s goal is for each student to realize their potential. While attending Florida Atlantic University, she made personal and professional connections by joining; clubs, organizations, volunteering and working. In her free time, Ms. Elasik enjoys spending time with her family, friends and traveling.
For general questions or to make an appointment, contact Heather Smith, One-Stop Student Support Representative Academic Advising at 904-276-6800 or at .
For general questions or to make an appointment call Rebekah Wilson, Advising Assistant 904-808-7402 or at .
THE STUDENT'S ROLE
Be Responsible. Know and understand the College Catalog / Student Handbook and SJR State website.
Be Prepared. Bring all related paperwork to advising appointments and class. Arrive on time with a positive attitude and prepared to take notes. Research degree requirements in advance of advising appointments and/or registration.
Be Attentive. Listen respectfully to advisors, teachers and peers. Be aware of important dates and deadlines including: registration dates, deadlines for adding or dropping classes with a refund, and deadlines for withdrawing from classes. Check MySJRstate campus announcements, email and Canvas daily.
Be Resourceful. Research degree requirements, course and program transfer specific courses. Utilize Degree Works and other resources including: Canvas, academic support workshops, career counseling, professor’s office hours, tutoring, course syllabi and Florida Shines at www.FLVC.org.
THE ADVISOR'S ROLE
Advisors are available on each campus to help students understand current program information, graduation requirements, college policies and procedures. They are also available to provide guidance on career exploration, academic and career goal setting and developing an academic plan. Advisors also serve as an academic resource for all students in order to facilitate and encourage student persistence and graduation.
Students are required to meet with an academic advisor once they have completed 12+ credit hours of a limited access AS program of study or 20 credit hours of an AS or AA degree program to discuss their progress and program completion. Please contact an academic advisor for any academic questions you might have.