Pathway Advising is now offering limited on-campus advising opportunities including Express Advising (no appointment necessary!) and scheduled appointments. We are also still available remotely for scheduled Zoom video or phone appointments. Our in-person schedule is as follows:
- Express Advising: Mondays and Tuesdays from 9:30am – 3:30pm (check in at the front desk in Room 1340)
- Express Advising is limited to a max of 15 minutes, so this option is meant for general advising and assisting students with making sure they are ready for Fall semester. It is unlikely that students will be able to meet with their designated Pathway Advisor during Express Advising. More in-depth questions/advising needs? Schedule a 30-minute appointment instead!
- Scheduled appointments with your designated Pathway Advisor: Wednesdays and Thursdays from 9:00am – 4:30pm
- Advisors are only on campus on average once per week, so in-person advising appointments are limited. Virtual appointments are likely available sooner than in-person appointments.
To set up an appointment with your Pathway Advisor, please contact us by calling 651.846.1739, emailing firstname.lastname@example.org or self-schedule with the Navigate app.
Academic advising is available at Saint Paul College to students through Pathway Advisors and Program Faculty Advisors.
Schedule a 30-minute appointment with your Pathway Advisor by calling 651.846.1739 or online with
The Pathway Advisors are available to provide:
- Academic advising based on each student's unique goals
- Assistance in navigating the college experience
- Help with course planning and sequencing, including how to read your Interactive Degree Audit and Program Requirements Guide
- Support and resources to improve time management
- Advice about how to be a successful college student
- Connections with support resources such as tutoring, personal counseling, access & disability resources, and career services
- Transfer resources and assistance
You should plan on meeting with a Pathway Advisor:
- Before making major academic decisions, such as withdrawing from a course
- When needing academic guidance
- If you intend to transfer, plan early to ensure you are taking the appropriate courses
- To consult transfer guides and resources for specific colleges and universities
- If you change your current major
- If your future transfer plans change (i.e. you choose a different school or major/program)
Program Faculty Advisors are available for our Associate of Science (AS), Associate of Applied Science (AAS), Diploma and Certificate programs to provide:
- Assistance with program planning and course selection
- Deliver detailed information about programs
- Information regarding employment opportunities and transfer options
Students are strongly encouraged to consult with their Program Faculty Advisor prior to registering each term. Contact information can be found on the
Program Requirements Guides.