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Northwest Missouri State University


Advisement/Information Session

Q: What is Advisement/Information Session?

A: Advisement/Information Session is a time for Northwest faculty advisors to meet with current and prospective students at the Kansas City and St. Joseph Centers.

Q: Why should I attend Advisement/Information Session?

A: You can learn more about programs available at the centers as well as enroll for classes.

Q: How does Advisement/Information Session work?

A: You will informally meet one-on-one with the advisor in your area of interest. The advisor will have information about the program requirements and courses available.

Q: Do I need to make an appointment to meet with an advisor?

A: No appointment is necessary. Please just stop by during the Advisement/Information Session times to speak with an advisor.

Q: What do I need to bring to Advisement/Information Session?

A: If you are a new student, you should bring a copy of your transcripts. If you are a continuing Northwest student, you should bring your Approved Program Form (APF) or a list of classes that need to be taken to complete your program.

Q: When are Advisement/Information Sessions?

A: Advisement/Information Sessions are held in March/April, July and October/November. Check University Calendar or the Outreach homepage for upcoming event dates.

Q: Where are Advisement/Information Sessions held?

A: At the St. Joseph Center (3500 N. Village Dr. Suite 100 South, St. Joseph, MO) and the Kansas City Center (2601 NE Barry Road, CB-111, Kansas City, MO). Need directions?

 

 

Kansas City Center

St. Joseph Center

  • Professional Education
  • Health & Human Services
  • Master of Business Administration (MBA)
  • Mathematics, Computer Science/Information Systems
  • Condensed Curriculum International Inc. medical field related programs
  • Professional Education
  • Health & Human Services
  • Master of Business Administration (MBA)
  • Mathematics, Computer Science/Information Systems