King Faisal University

College of Education

Academic Advising
Academic Advising Guide
Data of academic advising coordinators
Old software plans
New software plans
Regulations and regulations
Academic advising forms

Introduction to academic advising
My student brother, my student sister, you are the focus and purpose of the educational process. Therefore, the College of Education provides you with academic support through this guide, which contains a lot of information that supports you academically in your university years until it reaches you on the path to success and graduation as quickly as possible, so make it a reference at your fingertips every time. What you face in academic life.
Academic advising is one of the tasks that the College of Education bears. It is a complete system that supports students and helps them become acquainted with the college’s academic and student systems, and the academic fields and opportunities it offers to help students choose majors that suit their abilities and potentials, and match their inclinations and desires, as well as helping them to move forward in... Study in the best way possible, overcoming the obstacles they encounter, and benefiting to the maximum extent from the services and capabilities provided by the college and university.
The college has provided an academic advisor to provide the student with academic support from the time he joins the college until he receives the graduation certificate.
Meaning of academic advising
Academic advising is a continuous and regular process that begins from the moment the student joins the college, where the college’s faculty members are distributed among the male or female students to provide cognitive support and awareness of the regulations governing university study at the college, provide advice and suggestions in organizing academic courses during the eight academic levels, and provide solutions to problems. The academy that male and female students face in their educational journey.
Objectives of academic advising
1-Providing academic support to students to achieve their commitment to completing the requirements of the study plan within the specified time period.
2-Monitoring the performance of male/female students during their studies, providing support to those who are struggling academically, improving their levels, and developing those who are academically distinguished.
3-Introducing male and female students to the study plan and providing them with university awareness.
Duties of the academic advisor
1-Providing students with contact information for the academic advisor (email, office phone, office number...).
2-Providing students with study plans and other program requirements and ensuring that the study plan is fully understood (cumulative average - semester average).
3-Providing students with a student handbook that contains university regulations and policies.
4-Assisting students in implementing their study plans, including selecting courses, to mitigate potential consequences of academic decisions such as adding a course or withdrawing from a course.
5-Helping students track and evaluate scientific progress using the banner system.
6-Consult with the department head to allow withdrawal or additions as needed.
7-Providing students with the timetable (academic calendar) and introducing them to it.
8-Manage sensitive situations and assist in resolving student complaints before they escalate as possible.
9-Address and respond to student problems, such as violations of rules and regulations, and resolve them in a professional manner.

Academic advising forms
Report on the status of academic advising (1).pdf
Academic advisor meeting report form.pdf
Form of apology for attending a lecture.pdf
Individual Guidance Form 43.pdf
Form 44 Group Counseling.pdf
Form 45 Reopening System.pdf
Form 48 for academically struggling students.pdf
Executive plan of the Academic Advising Committee
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The timeline for the tasks of the Academic Advising Committee at the College of Education
Preparatory week for academic advising tasks (the week before the start of school)Distributing students to academic advisors in scientific departments.
Printing study plans for donor academic departments.
Preparing for the induction meeting for new students.
The first weekGuidance meeting for faculty members at the College of Education.
Receiving students and holding individual and group sessions between students and academic advisors.
An introductory meeting about academic advising for new students at the College of Education.
Preparing the guidance file for each student.
second weekBeginning the follow-up process for students through academic advisors.
Writing a report on each student visit, whether individual or group.
the third weekAn introductory meeting about academic guidance within scientific departments.
Educating students about the calendar to confirm registration, deletion, and addition to courses.
Week four and fiveFollow up on students by identifying the academic status of each student and preparing a report on the counseling status of each student, which is signed by the academic advisor.
Week six and sevenHolding workshops on preparing for exams and providing guidance and psychological support to students before starting the midterm exams of the semester.
The eighth and ninth weekWriting a report evaluating the academic advising process within academic departments and submitting it to the coordinator of the Academic Advising Committee at the College of Education, entitled “Academic Advising (Achievements – Challenges – Difficulties)”.
Identifying students who are struggling academically and who score less than 50% in the semester exam scores for theoretical and practical courses.
Implementing peer guidance sessions to improve academic level.
Weeks ten and elevenBegin educating students and preparing for early registration by holding workshops within departments in cooperation with the Academic Affairs Committee (study schedules committee within departments).
Suggesting the study plan for each student through the banner of the academic advising icon.
Submitting a pictorial report on the students’ status to the academic advisor from the academic guidance icon and submitting it to the academic guidance representative in each department of the college.
The twelfth weekFollow the early registration process.
The thirteenth, fourteenth and fifteenth weekHolding workshops on psychological preparation for tests and the difficulties students faced during the semester.
Week fifteenReceiving the final report of the academic advisors in the scientific departments.

Data of academic advising coordinators

Academic Advising Committee at the College of Education
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1Dr.. Muhammad bin Abdul Latif Al MullaPresident
2Prof. Dr. Muhammad Dahi Abbas HassanCoordinator
3Prof. Dr. Ahmed Ragab Al-SayedRepresentative member of the Special Education Department
4Dr.. Yasser MahjoubRepresentative member of the Art Education Department
5Dr.. Asmaa Al-MirghaniMember representing the kindergarten department
6Dr.. Sultan Al-MughiraA representative member of the Department of Curriculum and Instruction
7Dr.. Azza SiddiqMember representing the Department of Education and Psychology
8Prof. Dr. Haitham Fathallah DesoukiRepresentative member of the Physical Education Department
9a. Saud Al-ShuaibiMember representing the Department of Educational Leadership