College differs greatly from high school and some adjustments are required. NJAE‘s outstanding staff will be available to help you navigate the challenges of college life. NJAE’s advisers listen to the student’s concerns and collaborate to create solutions and make recommendations accordingly.
Our adviosor’s recognize that each student will face challenges unique to them. Our advisers will help each student confront their challenges be them related to how to deal with the new workloads, new environments, and coping with the new stresses. With each passing semester the goal is to see each student grow stronger and gain confidence, develop critical thinking skills and ultimately become less reliant on the services we provide.”
Robin Rhodes, President
The NJAE student is expected to fully participate in the academic monitoring program component.
To remain in compliance you must:
- Provide NJAE with accurate contact information (telephone numbers, e-mail addresses, mailing address at your university where you can receive official correspondence from NJAE). If at any point this information changes you must notify the NJAE office immediately. Information should be emailed to firstname.lastname@example.org.
- Provide NJAE with all course syllabi either by fax to 973-313-3105 or mail to the NJAE office at 71 Valley Street Suite 303 South Orange, NJ 07079.
- Be available for all scheduled conferences. All students attending a local NJ college will meet with their assigned advised in accordance to set schedule each term at their respective college or universities. All students attending an HBCU conduct a conference call with their assigned advisor.
- Utilize the Student Grade Tracker form to provide your grades on exams, quizzes and written papers due to NJAE the first Monday of each month.
- All Freshman must attend a mandatory in-office conference meeting with your advisor during your winter break and again over the summer based on academic standing.