Can someone share their experience working as an academic advisor for the Center for Academic Advising, Retention and Transitions at George Mason University?

Can someone share their experience working as an academic advisor for the Center for Academic Advising, Retention and Transitions at George Mason University?
2018-10-31T19:44:39Z 1
2018-10-31T19:44:39Z

Peer Academic Advisor at George Mason University - Center for Academic Advising, Retention and Transitions

almost 3 years ago
The flow of students and advising appointments differs upon which time of year it is -- the middle of the semester tends to be the quietest, but as students begin to think about their classes for the following semester, there is more of a rush. So, some days can be relatively quiet, maybe only one appointment. Other days can be three or four back-to-back. Most days begin with preparing for the advising appointments by look at student courses and possible majors they may be interested in and seeing which classes would be most beneficial for them to enroll in during the coming semester.
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