Academic & Career Counseling
Welcome to BGSU Firelands!
The BGSU Firelands Office of Academic and Career Counseling is here to help you select and pursue a course of study, understand academic requirements towards graduation, connect you with resources through the BGSU Firelands community, and make plans for your education and life beyond BGSU Firelands!
Every student at BGSU Firelands is assigned an Academic Advisor or Faculty Mentor who is available to assist you throughout your path to graduation at BGSU Firelands. Please visit the links below to begin, advance, or continue your journey at BGSU Firelands.
How to Schedule an Appointment With your Advisor
Programs: Pre-College of Education; Pre-College of Music; Clark Inclusive Scholars; Early Childhood Education, Electrical/Electronic Engineering; Bachelor of Science in Resort Attraction and Management (RAAM)
College Credit Plus (on-campus/online): Edison & Sandusky
Subjects: Pre-College of Business; Pre-College of Technology, Architecture, and Applied Engineering; Computer; Management and Technology; Visual Media
College Credit Plus (on-campus/online): Danbury, EHOVE, Monroeville, Norwalk, Vermilion, Western Reserve, Perkins, Firelands
Subjects: Pre-College of Arts and Sciences; Communication; Human Service and Social Work; Pre-Bachelor of Liberal Studies and Bachelor of Liberal Studies; Psychology Pre-Psych 3+1; Undecided and exploring; Criminal Justice
College Credit Plus (on-campus/online): Huron, Margaretta & Willard
Subjects: Allied Pre-Diagnostic Medical Sonography; Pre-Associate of Applied Science in Radiologic Technology; Pre-Bachelor of Science in Respiratory Care; Diagnostic Medical Sonography, Radiologic Technology and the Bachelor of Respiratory Care; Pre-Nursing, College of Health & Human Services; Firelands Regional Medical Center (FRMCSN)
College Credit Plus (on-campus/online): Bellevue, New London, Saint Paul & Oberlin Senior, Sandusky Central Catholic & Port Clinton
Lorain County Community College School of Nursing
College Credit Plus (CCP)
Students in grades 7-12 are eligible to apply for College Credit Plus and may choose from a variety of college-level courses that can satisfy both high school and college requirements. Students may take classes during the summer, fall and spring semesters. If you are interested in taking dual enrollment courses at your high school please contact Sophia Jackson.
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Updated: 05/04/2023 04:25PM