Need to Schedule an Advising Appointment?
Appointments with your assigned advisor in the Academic Advising and Planning Center are scheduled online with Appointment Manager. Logon through the Appointment Manager link or from the Appointment Manager channel on the Academic Services tab in MyCharleston. You will receive an appointment confirmation email when the scheduling process is complete.
If you are unable to schedule an advising appointment online, you can call the Academic Advising and Planning Center office telephone number: 843.953.5981. Please have your student ID number and your advisor’s name handy when making this call. If you do not know your advisor's name, logon to MyCharleston and view your Academic Profile on the Academic Services tab. You can also see the advisor name(s) in the Student Information Header on your degree audit in DegreeWorks.
Are You Prepared for Your Advising Appointment?
We value the time we get to spend assisting students with their educational pursuits. To most effectively utilize the time we spend together, please take an active role in the advising process by preparing for your appointments. Advising sessions are most beneficial for both the advisor and the student if students arrive at the appointment well prepared for the advising session. Please use the appropriate link below for steps you can take to prepare for your next advising appointment.
- Preparing for your semester advising appointment
- Preparing for your orientation advising appointment
Need to Cancel an Advising Appointment?
We recognize situations arise that may create a need to reschedule or cancel an advising appointment. To cancel your advising appointment, you can (1) logon to Appointment Manager and click "Go to My Appointments", (2) follow the cancellation link provided in the appointment confirmation email you received when you scheduled your appointment, or (3) call the Academic Advising and Planning Center: 843.953.5981. A two-hour prior notification is requested. Reciprocal courtesy will be extended to students should advisors need to cancel.