Academic Advising for the Traditional Student
Academic advising is an essential element of a student’s undergraduate experience and one we take very seriously at Friends University. Students enrolled in the College of Business, Arts, Sciences, and Education are immediately connected with an advisor as they prepare to navigate college.
Academic Resource Center
Friends University offers a comprehensive resource center where you can receive assistance beyond the classroom to help with your studies.
Advising & Success Coaches for the Adult Undergraduate Student
As a fellow Falcon, your success is our top priority, which is why Academic Success Coaching is available to all Friends University students. An advisory process that facilitates understanding of the meaning and purpose of higher education, success coaching fosters intellectual and personal development toward academic success and lifelong learning.
Career Services assists in areas including career exploration and assessments, career planning, resume and cover letter development, interview preparation, networking, gaining experience, job/internship searching, and other areas.
Friends University has authorized the National Student Clearinghouse to provide enrollment and degree verifications. The National Student Clearinghouse can be contacted at:
- Web: www.degreeverify.org
- Mail: National Student Clearinghouse, 2300 Dulles Station Boulevard, Suite 300, Herndon, VA 20171
First Gen Falcons
1 in 4 undergraduate students at Friends University are first-generation students (first in your family to complete a 4-year college degree) and we would like to provide more of the academic and personal support that you may need to be successful in college and beyond.
Friends University provides its students an area for study, relaxation and connection located in the Business and Technology Building, Room 109.
Technology at Friends University is provided by the Office of Online Learning and Information Technology departments.
Friends University will accept post-secondary academic work completed for credit at other regionally-accredited institutions and recognized foreign universities.