Office of Academic Advising

Pathways Advising

Welcome to Pathways Advising.

Once students have completed all admissions steps, Pathways Advisors are available to assist in navigating the final steps to enrollment.

All new students who have never attended college must meet with a Pathways Advisor to discuss their certificate or degree plan, test results, course selection, and any other academic advising questions. Returning ACC and transfer students are encouraged but not required to meet with a Pathways Advisor.

Students may also send general advising questions and registration concerns to ACC email is required.

advising appointments

Virtual Advising through ConexED 

Pathways Advisors are assigned to specific Pathways. When scheduling an appointment through ConexED be sure to select the correct advisor for your degree plan. 

  • Students must complete all enrollment steps prior to scheduling an advising appointment.
  • Appointment will be canceled if all steps are not complete or if the appointment is scheduled with the wrong Pathways Advisor.
  • Course registration is available through Student Planning. View “How To” video for assistance.

General Studies & Liberal Arts (Last Names A-G)
STEM (Science, Technology, Engineering, Math)
Lead Pathways Advisor
Michael Pounds

General Studies & Liberal Arts (Last Names H-Z)
Transfer Coordinator
Sarahy Farley

Health Science (Last Names A-L)
International Student Advisor
Rachel Hallmark

Health Science (Last Names M-Z)
Culinary Arts
Manufacturing, Logistics, & Welding
Michael Goodman

Business, Communications, & Office Supervision
Law, Government & Public Service

Athlete Liaison
Keli Wright

Education & Childcare
Director of Student Success and Academic Advising
Holly Williams

Video chat with Academic Advising on ConexED

General Studies Students Mandatory Advising Program (M.A.P)

M.A.P. is a mandatory advising program for General Studies majors who have completed 30 credit hours. Advising sessions will cover Career Information, Degree Completion Planning, and Transfer Information. 

Students who have completed 30 credit hours of their General Studies Degree Plan will have a hold placed on their account, and will need to see an advisor for a M.A.P. advising session to have the hold released.

The M.A.P. training can be taken through SafeCollege here. If you have any questions about the M.A.P. training, please email: