ResourcesAssisting students in selecting classes:
AP & CLEP Score Cutoff GuideFrequently Used Forms - most forms are now available in myHACC
Educational Planning Guide
General Education Requirements
Program Advising Checksheets -listed by area and then by major
Transfer Specific Checksheets -listed by institution
Tuition and Fee Schedule
Academic Suspension Reinstatement Application
Change of Major Form
Commonwealth Secondary School Diploma (GED)
Course Repeat Approval Form
Credit By Examination for Life Experience (1)
Drop, Add, Withdrawal Form
Graduation Application (2)
Guest Student Approval Form
Release of Information
Renewal Form--Complete Academic Renewal
Renewal Form--Curriculum Based
Reversal of Tuition Charges Petition
Transfer of Credit from Foreign Educational Institutions
Other Sources for Obtaining HACC Credit
Consulting College Administrative Policy for Advising Practices
AP 513: Financial Aid Satisfactory Academic Progress (FASAF) & Appeals Policy
AP 521: Access and Support Services for Students with Disabilities
AP 582: Dean's List
AP 591: Student Grievances
AP 592: Student Disciplinary Action
AP 594: Academic Dishonesty
AP 628: Academic Renewal
AP 638: Student Probation, Suspension, and Reinstatement
AP 652: Transfer Credit into HACC Credit Programs
AP 668: Repeating Credit Courses
Exploring Professional Development in the area of Academic Advising
National Academic Advising Association (NACADA) -NACADA offers regional and national conferences, in-class institutes, on-line learning, local day drive-in workshops, and a vast offering of books and journals. The association realizes that the role and responsibilities of advisors varies greatly from institution to institution and has programming and resources for all levels of involvement and commitment.
National Association for Developmental Education (NADE)
Pennsylvania Association of Developmental Educators (PADE)Please note that these resources are housed on the College's intranet and therefore may only be accessed from on-campus computers.
- Please note that these resources are housed on the College's intranet and therefore may only be accessed from on-campus computers.
- This function is also a self-service feature available to students within HACCWeb.
HACC's academic advising services complement the learning process and address students' needs in developing an educational plan consistent with their academic, personal and career goals. Advisors introduce students to college resources and provide assistance to enhance the knowledge and skills necessary for responsible decision making.
In fulfilling the mission, advisors will: