Business Advisement Center

Our advisors provide advisement services to students in business-related degree and certificate programs. We are a team of professionals who are dedicated to working with you to guide you in achieving your academic goals.

NOTE: The information contained on this page is for general purposes only. Please consult with an academic advisor for specific recommendations appropriate to your individual situation.

Each semester, students meet with a professional advisor to discuss their academic matters, including academic goals, schedules and courses, and transfer or employment plans. With assistance from advisors, you will be able to develop a career plan to complete your degree at Hudson Valley Community College and to set goals for transfer and employment.

Since it is your responsibility to make certain that graduation requirements are met, you are urged to take full advantage of the advisement services available to gain knowledge of degree requirements, course selections, and transfer matters. Advisors also can help direct you to other services on campus.

The Business Advisement Center advises students in the following programs:

  • Accounting A.A.S. and Certificate
  • Administrative Information Management and Technology A.A.S.
  • Business Administration A.A.S. and Business-Business Administration A.S.
  • Computer Information Systems A.A.S. and A.S.
  • Entrepreneurship A.A.S. and Certificate
  • Health Information Management and Technology A.A.S.
  • IT Help Desk Support Certificate
  • Marketing A.A.S.

Advisors
Jack Cramer, Barbara Healey, Casey Lensink, Rosemary Schultz and Diane Teutschman

Advisor Availability
You can meet individually with an advisor by scheduling an appointment or as a walk-in should an advisor be available.

Making an Appointment

New Students

Advisement and registration information for new students may be obtained by calling the Business Advisement Center at (518) 629-7148. New students also are required to attend New Student Orientation prior to the start of classes, either before or after their academic advisement appointment.

Current and Transfer Students

Current and transfer students may schedule an appointment by coming to the Advisement Center in Brahan Hall, Room 205. You will need to submit a printed copy of your degree audit from DegreeWorks when you schedule your appointment.

Online and evening students who have a FERPA password on file may call (518) 629-7148 for phone advisement. Please have your degree audit from DegreeWorks available for discussion.
NOTE: These calls are taken and returned in the order in which they are received, at the opportunity of an available advisor.

Advisement appointment requests are not taken via email.

Before meeting with your advisor, please:

Contact the Advisement Center 24 hours in advance, when possible, to cancel or reschedule an appointment. Consistently missed appointments will be rescheduled after all other students have been advised.

About Advisement

Get in Touch

Business Advisement Center
Brahan Hall, Room 205
Regular Hours: Monday - Friday, 8 a.m. - 4:30 p.m.
Summer Hours: Monday – Friday, 8 a.m. - 4 p.m.