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Student Life - Advisor Role and Responsibilities

Advisors play an important role in the success of a student group. We, in the Office of Student Life, applaud your commitment to these students. Research has shown that when students are involved outside the classroom, they are more likely to continue their education, succeed academically and gain tolerance for diversity. Your part in the students' development is invaluable and appreciated.

Students will need your guidance and support to organize, make decisions and evaluate their organization. The roles and responsibilities listed below were developed to provide basic guidelines for the advisors of Armstrong's student organizations. Please contact the student life office if you have questions regarding these. We'll be happy to assist you in any way that we can.
 

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