We are here to help you. AAC staff are working remotely for Fall 2020 and
are monitoring our emails and phone calls M-F 8am-4pm so that we can
support BSU students. Please follow the instructions below to contact
The AAC Advisors work with all first-semester freshmen; all Undeclared students; SPED, ELED, and ECED majors for their whole first year; Education majors with no second major; Summit students; and FGPR students. The link below is for these students. If you are a returning student, you will need to see your faculty advisor or major department for registration questions.
Schedule an Advising Appointment
Use Accudemia to Schedule an Appointment
Use Microsoft Teams to Attend Your Appointment
Follow the link below for detailed instructions on how to schedule appointments with Accudemia and how to use Microsoft Teams to meet with your advisor.
If you are an incoming Freshman for Fall 2020, please visit our
How to Contact Your Advisor:
- Email your advisor: If you don't know who your advisor is, you can find their name at the top of your DegreeWorks audit (here).
- Appointments are available via Microsoft Teams as well as over the phone. Let your advisor know your availability and appointment preference.
- If you are having issues reaching your AAC advisor, please email AcademicAchievement@bridgew.edu and an advisor will get back to you.
Information on Fall 2020 Classes:
- Most classes will be fully online for the Fall 2020 semester.
- A list of classes that WILL have an in-person component in the Fall is available online here: Fall 2020 On-Campus Courses
- Classes may be run as "asynchronous" or "synchronous" classes depending on the preference of the teacher.
- Asynchronous -
the class has no defined meeting time. You must complete assignments by
their deadlines, but you are not required to be present at regularly
- Synchronous -
the class DOES have defined meeting times. You are expected to be
present online at the times listed on your schedule. Your teacher will
let you know how to be present (e.g. Zoom, BB Collaborate, MS Teams,
Registrar's Office is in the process of updating the BSU online
schedule to reflect changes to the Fall 2020 schedule. Please check
your schedule on Infobear regularly (including at the start of the
semester) to review those updates.
Registration Information for Fall 2020:
Academic Advisors in the Academic Achievement Center welcome and support students through relationship building and effective two-way communication. We connect students to resources, encourage engagement, and assist in navigating the BSU experience. We mentor students to take ownership of their education through planning, problem solving, and self-advocacy. AAC advisors build the foundation for achievement and help create life-long learners.
The AAC supported programs include the Haughey First Year Advising Program, the Freshman Grade Point Recovery Program, and the Summit Program. The AAC Academic Advisors also assist all degree-seeking students still exploring their major.
Peer Advisor Information
Would you like to meet with a peer to discuss adding or dropping a class? Have lingering registration questions? The Peer Advisors are here to help you! They're students, just like you, who understand the challenges of your first semester (and beyond!) and who are excellent resources. Click here
to learn more or email AACPeerAdvisor@bridgew.edu
Adventure in the AAC!
Take a virtual tour of the AAC in state-of-the art 16-bit graphics!
Follow this link to play the Adventure in the AAC video game and learn more about all the great resources the AAC has to offer (Firefox recommended):
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