2016-2017 Student Handbook

Section 4 – Academic Advising

What CF advisors can offer you:

  • career exploration
  • course selection
  • degree requirements
  • degree selection
  • educational planning
  • goal setting
  • orientation and registration
  • study skills
  • time management
  • transfer assistance

To determine which advisor you should meet with, go to CF.edu/advising. There is a complete listing of advisors serving CF students.

For more basic advising questions or concerns, you may send an email to eadvise@cf.edu, our online advising service.

Students pursuing an Associate in Arts degree may access A.A. advising sheets online at http://www.cf.edu/go/advising/aa There is a sheet for each transfer pathway. These advising sheets show the A.A. degree requirements with the recommended university prerequisites in the general education and elective areas.

Degree audits are available through the MyCF Web portal at CF.edu.

Career exploration, degree audits and 2+2 transfer information is available with your academic advisor. Associates in Arts students are required to meet with their academic advisor once they have earned 30 college credit hours.

Important dates, including priority registration, are on the Academic Calendar at CF.edu and MyCF.

For information about academic advising, registration, and withdrawals, visit a CF Advising Center:

  • Ocala Campus, Bryant Student Union, Room 201, 3001 S.W. College Road.
  • Citrus Campus, Citrus Learning and Conference Center, 3800 S. Lecanto Highway, Lecanto.
  • Levy Center, 114 Rodgers Blvd., Chiefland.