Navigation should be user-friendly with bookmarks and thumbnails taking the user directly to the page(s) of interest or need. Unlike the hard copy version, the online handbook will be updated as frequently as possible and updates will be identified on the side bar. In this initial version, pages have been dated to allow future tracking to catalog year requirements.
Credits: Special recognition goes to Judy McClain in University Advisement for editing and Susan Evans in Electronic Communications/Marketing and Communications for web design. Thanks go to the staff in University Advisement who complied and edited assigned sections and too many to name in the advising community who submitted information and updates for each section of the handbook.
Published by: University Advisement in the Paul L. Foster Success Center
We hope this version of the advising handbook will be a helpful resource to the advising community at Baylor. We welcome your comments and suggestions.
Director of University Advisement and Chair of the Academic Advising Council