Below you will find valuable resources for you as an advisor, including advising tools, academic policies, and our resource list.
An educational process that, by intention and design, facilitates students’ understanding the meaning and purpose of higher education and fosters their intellectual and personal development toward academic success and lifelong learning
(National Academic Advising Association, 2004).
Academic Advising in the Student Success Center supports students in their academic, personal and professional journey in order to assist their progress toward graduation. All first-year students will meet with their Student Success advisor
twice each semester.
Normally after their first year, students who have declared a major will be assigned a faculty advisor within their major department. Faculty advisors serve to not only guide students to increase their knowledge and skills in respective
academic disciplines, but also play a role in developing overall educational and career plans. Some majors will be advised out of the SSC.
SSC academic advisors support and teach students how to take ownership of their educational experience through academic, personal and professional advising in order to foster success at Bellarmine University.
To deliver transformative academic advising that is:
Required Meeting dates are in bold
Academic Advising Presentation
To graduate from Bellarmine University with a baccalaureate degree, a student must meet the following requirements:
The catalog contains important information about, and is the official source of, the university’s academic programs, courses, policies, and procedures. The catalog should be used as a guide in planning a course of study and in meeting requirements for graduation.
All statements in this catalog reflect policies in effect at the time of publication and are subject to change without notice or obligation. This includes statements of fees, course offerings, and program, admission, and graduation requirements applicable to both currently enrolled and new students. Generally, students are held to the requirements of the catalog year in which they began their Bellarmine degree program. Exceptions must be approved by the department chair and dean of the student's major (using the waiver and exceptions process) and documented with the Registrar's Office.
Bellarmine University students are responsible for knowing the policies and procedures of the university found in the catalog. Failure to read it does not excuse students from the requirements and provisions described herein. Therefore, students are encouraged to familiarize themselves with its contents early in their collegiate careers.
View current catalog
ACADEMIC ADVISING502.email@example.comB-Level of Brown Library
INTERNATIONAL STUDENTS502.firstname.lastname@example.orgHorrigan Hall 205F
ADMISSIONS502.email@example.comGround floor of Centro-McGowan Hall
KNIGHTS PANTRYAfter hours - firstname.lastname@example.orgCentro-Treece Hall, CNTH-225I
BOOKSTORE502.email@example.comGround floor of Centro-Horrigan Hall
BURSAR'S OFFICE502.firstname.lastname@example.orgHorrigan Hall, 2nd floor
OFFICE OF PUBLIC SAFETY502.email@example.comCentro-Treece Hall, CNTH-054
CAREER DEVELOPMENT502.firstname.lastname@example.orgGround floor of Centro-McGowan Hall
REGISTRAR'S OFFICE502.email@example.comHorrigan Hall 205
CAMPUS MINISTRY502.firstname.lastname@example.orgCentro-Horrigan Hall CNHH-016
COUNSELING CENTER502.email@example.comNolen C. Allen Hall, Suite 403
DEAN OF STUDENTS OFFICE/TITLE IX502.firstname.lastname@example.orgCentro-Treece Hall, CNTH-225C, K, L
ACCESSIBILITY RESOURCE CENTER502.email@example.com
STUDENT ACTIVITIES CENTER502.firstname.lastname@example.orgGround floor of Horrigan Hall
FINANCIAL AID502.email@example.comHorrigan Hall 213
STUDENT SUCCESS CENTER502.firstname.lastname@example.orgB-Level of Brown Library
OFFICE OF HEALTH SERVICES502.email@example.comNewman Hall, Room 121
TECHNOLOGY SUPPORT CENTER502.firstname.lastname@example.orgA-Level of Brown Library
OFFICE OF IDENTITY AND INCLUSION502.email@example.com
VETERAN SERVICES502.firstname.lastname@example.orgBrown Library, BL209