The academic advising program at University of Jamestown is designed to assist you with developing educational plans that are compatible with your goals.

Each incoming first-year student is assigned a faculty adviser. This faculty member will be available to answer any questions you have about your academic program during your first semester and to help you plan your courses for the following semester.

First-year students are also registered for Journey 101. This course includes:

  • sessions to assist you in understanding the general education requirements
  • determining the proper sequencing of courses for majors/minors
  • planning your specific course schedule

 

Remember, academic advising is essential in helping you to meet your educational objectives.

Are you having trouble with a class? The Learning and Academic Advising Center is here to help. Peer tutors are specially trained to assist you in most subject areas. Peer tutoring is free of charge. The Center offers the following advising services:

  • assists with majors/minors evaluation
  • assists with outlining your provisional schedule prior to meeting with your adviser
  • provides worksheets for general education requirements
  • provides worksheets for specific major/minor requirements

 

Students experiencing academic difficulty may consult with the Center’s director, Lori Listopad. She will help you develop a plan to help you achieve your academic goals. The Center also provides assistance with reading skills, study skills, and time management.

Study Session Schedule

Tutor Request Form

Tutor Report Form

Contact

Lori Listopad, MA
Director of Retention and Learning and Academic Advising Center

701-252-3467 ext. 5442
llistopa@uj.edu


University of Jamestown
6055 College Lane
Jamestown, ND 58405
Nafus Student Center, Rm 101
Fax: 701-253-4318

University of Jamestown at a glance

Financial Aid

  • Academic Scholarships
  • Athletic Scholarships
  • Fine Arts Performance Awards
  • Journey Awards

Campus Demographics

Placement Rate

1,100 students from 36 states and 22 countries
99%
(2015)

Student to Faculty Ratio - 13:1