Who is your advisor?

First-Year Advisors

Academic Advising is a teaching and learning partnership between advisors and students designed to promote and support students as they explore opportunities. Through this partnership, Academic Advisors will challenge students to develop autonomy and build skills necessary for success as they embark on a journey of academic, personal, and professional growth.

We believe that you will find your greatest success and satisfaction as a student if you create a solid foundation during your first year. To build this foundation and to help you transition to college, download the First Year Advising Syllabus (PDF).

Meet Your First-Year Advisors

All students at Morton College are assigned one academic advisor. First-year advisors meet with students that have fewer than 30 semester hours. Students are assigned advisors based on the spelling of their last name (see below).

MariaSmith
Maria Smith
Academic Advisor

Last Name A-C

Marlene Soto
Marlene Soto
Academic Advisor

Last Name Ri-Z

CarolineJohnson
Caroline Johnson
Academic Advisor

Last names G-L

Diana-Rodriguez
Diana Rodriguez
Academic Advisor

Last names M-Re

George Fejt
George Fejt
Academic Advisor

Last names D-F
All student athletes

Transfer Advisors

Academic Advising is a teaching and learning partnership between advisors and students designed to promote and support students as they explore opportunities. Through this partnership, Academic Advisors will challenge students to develop autonomy and build skills necessary for success as they embark on a journey of academic, personal, and professional growth.

Meet your Transfer Advisors

Morton College students with plans to TRANSFER to a 4 year University are assigned to a transfer advisor. Transfer advisors meet with students that have 30 semester hours or more. Students are assigned advisors based on the spelling of their last name (see below).

Gina Torres
Gina G. Torres
Academic Advisor

Last names N-Z

Rudy
Rudy Yañez
Academic Advisor

Last names A-L

Resources

Study Skills

Having trouble studying? Are you having trouble retaining information? Having trouble properly taking notes? Our Study Skills 101 - The Road to Success online presentation can help you discover your preferred learning style and acquire study skills to help you better comprehend the concepts encountered in your college courses.

Test Taking Skills

Our Guide to Test Preparation Tips & Strategies (PDF) can help you learn test taking tips and strategies to help you succeed with a variety of tests, including multiple choice, true/false, short answer, and essays.