Online Appointment Scheduling
Current students can schedule an appointment online to meet with their assigned advisor or counselor. Students enter their star ID and password.
Need help with your Appeal Paperwork? Use the online scheduling tool at advisortrac.rctc.edu, call us at 507-285-7260, or stop by SS133 to get assistance.
New students contact the Welcome Center at 507-285-7557 to schedule an orientation session.
Academic Advising and College Counseling
Every student has an academic advisor or counselor, who is here to support students in their educational growth and guide them through program requirements. Your assigned counselor or advisor appears on your schedule and on your Degree Audit Report (DARS). Students should work closely with their academic advisor or counselor so that educational goals are met. It is very important to meet with your academic advisor or counselor each semester to ensure that you receive ongoing advice regarding satisfactory academic and career progress. Students who have concerns that cannot be addressed by their assigned advisor are always welcome to meet with a counselor.
Advisors/Counselors have drop-in availability posted on their schedule in Advisortrac located here: advisortrac.rctc.edu.
If you don’t see drop-in times posted, please schedule an appointment with them. Drop-in times are for assistance with these items below and take a relatively short amount of time (10 minutes).
• Questions about Accuplacer test scores and appropriate classes
• Permission for Accuplacer retest
• Questions about Drop/Add/Withdraw
• Financial Aid consortium agreement approval
• Request to take more than 19 credits
• Basic questions about special admission programs (NOT long-term planning)
• Course swap or changing sections
• Questions about e-Forms
• Registration dates
• Questions about e-Services or Desire2Learn log-in
Appointments (30 minutes) for any of the following reasons:
• First Year Experience (FYEX) visits
• Long-term academic planning/in-depth special admission planning
• Transfer planning
• In-depth Degree Audit Reporting (DARS) information
• Academic or Financial Aid appeal planning
• Academic difficulties or concerns
• Semester registration
• International transcript discussion
It is very important to meet with your advisor or counselor each semester. Bring your DARS report when meeting with your advisor or counselor.
Additional Services (Available through online appointment scheduling)
• Personal counseling
• Career Counseling
• Veterans Services
• International Student Services
• Student Athletes academic advisor
• Student Emergency Fund assistance
• Transfer planning
Area employers job postings can be found at https://www.facebook.com/rochesterwdi/.
Advising and Counseling Department has two locations.
- Heintz Center H1434 (Career and Technical Advisors)
- Main campus
- SS133 (Advisors/Counselors, Veterans/International student services)
- Welcome Center (Paula Carlsen, Path to Purple)
Please contact us at 507-285-7260.
AT 107 | firstname.lastname@example.org | 507-535-3791
Academic pathways and programs: Shared Advisor, Alcohol and Drug Counseling, Child Development, Early Childhood Education, Pre-Social Work, Bioinformatics, Biology, Biotechnology, Chemistry, Computer Information Systems/Computer Science, Biology Transfer Pathway, Chemistry Transfer Pathway, Chemistry Transfer Pathway, Computer Science Transfer Pathway, Social Work Transfer Pathway, WSU Path to Purple Articulations WSU
SS 136 | email@example.com | 507-280-3535
Academic pathways and programs: Advanced Hospital Nursing Assistant, Nursing, Practical Nursing
SS 175 | firstname.lastname@example.org | 507-292-5198
Asst. Director, Disability Support Services; Disability Services Advisor
SS 140 | email@example.com | 507-285-7160
Academic pathways and programs: Post-Secondary Enrollment
SS 142 | firstname.lastname@example.org | 507-280-3120
Academic pathways and programs: Art, Communication Studies, Graphic Design, Mass Communication, Music Technology, Photography, Web Design, Workplace Communication, Liberal Arts and Sciences (last names J-O), Communication Transfer Pathway, Mass Communication Transfer Pathway, Multicultural Students
SS 134 | email@example.com | 507-280-5511
Academic pathways and programs: Veterans, International Students (on visa)
SS 143 | firstname.lastname@example.org | 507-285-7272
Academic pathways and programs: Administrative Office Professions, Cancer Registry Management, Coding Specialist, Health Information Technology, Healthcare Informatics, Healthcare Office Professions, Liberal Arts and Sciences (last names A-E)
H1434C | email@example.com | 507-280-5006
Academic pathways and programs: Equine Science, Horticulture, Veterinary Technician, Human Services, Group Fitness, Personal Trainer, Sport Management, Automotive Technology, Computer Aided Drafting, Carpentry, FAST, Welding Technology, Criminal Justice, Law Enforcement, Criminal Justice Transfer Pathway, Law Enforcement Transfer Pathway
SS 138 | firstname.lastname@example.org | 507-280-5005
Academic pathways and programs: Accounting Clerk, Aviation Pilot, Business Administration, Business Analysis, Business Management, Liberal Arts and Sciences (last names F-I), Accounting Transfer Pathway, Business Transfer Pathway, Athletes
SS 135 | email@example.com | 507-280-3534
Academic pathways and programs: Clinical Neurophysiology, Dental Assistant, Dental Assistant Expanded Functions, Dental Hygiene, Emergency Medical Technology, Emergency Medicine Paramedic, Health Sciences Broad Field, Histology Technician, Radiography, Surgical Technology