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Admissions Assistant to Corps Adviser

November 18, 2020

This summer, I transitioned from my work-study role in the Office of Undergraduate Admissions to my role as an Adviser with the Carolina College Advising Corps. The transition into my role as an adviser was fairly smooth. I loved my … Continued

Separate Yet Closer Than Ever: Advising in the Wake of a Pandemic

May 11, 2020

As college advisers, being physically present in our service sites has been critical to fulfill our advising duties. Face–to–face interactions are often required when meeting our students’ needs, as it allows us to best communicate our hopes and beliefs in their futures. We establish trust and grow our relationships in … Continued

Putting Unity in Community College

March 31, 2020

With Robeson Community College located less than a mile away from Lumberton High School, we have been fortunate to have great access to their different services and resources for students.  Coupled with the large interest from students in beginning at … Continued

Financial Aid: Late But Not Least

March 2, 2020

  As a college adviser, I spend a lot of my time searching for students to remind them of deadlines.  From announcements to flyers to Instagram posts and personally-delivered messages, I’ve mentioned the FAFSA to my students in just about every way … Continued

A Great Day to Be An Adviser

November 26, 2019

As a first-year adviser, I question myself a lot. I worry that I don’t do enough, that I don’t know enough, that I am not enough. I think to a certain extent my worries are not unfounded. I don’t know … Continued

Partner Highlight: T. W. Andrews High School, Guilford County

November 4, 2019

Our first partner highlight showcases the great work at T.W. Andrews High School in Guilford County.  CCAC is honored and thrilled to begin its fourth year of partnership with Andrews HS thanks to the great support of the Armfield Foundation, AmeriCorps North … Continued