Student Consultation

Steps and Mechanisms of Guidance

  1. Academic Advisors (DPA) hold regular meetings, to monitor the progress and progress of student learning.
  2. Academic Advisors (DPA) guide, direct, consider, and approve student study plans in accordance with academic guideline’s Faculty of Law
  3. Academic Advisors (DPA) identify students who are expected to have problems
  4. Academic Advisors (DPA) handle students who have problems according to their abilities and delegate to lecturers or other institutions that are more related and competent with the approval of Head of Study Program if the problems occur are psychological / psychological or socio-economic problems and others outside DPA capability / capacity
  5. Periodically report on the development and progress of student learning to the Head of Department / Study Program
  6. Report the final results of academic guidance activities to the Head of the Department / Study Program

Student Rights and Obligations in Guidance 

Students Rights

  1. get a definite time / schedule for guidance
  2. get responses from academic supervisor about time and guidance
  3. obtain results / evaluation reports about the learning progress that they have taken
  4. obtain solutions to the problems they face both academic and non-academic

Students Obligations

  1. Maintaining academic ethics such as not filling fake data
  2. Set the time to learn as well as possible for the continuity and successful studies
  3. implement all obligations such as guidance are facing directly with the academic advisor (DPA) or communicate through division of technology information as a form of long-distance guidance as agreed and others

Procedure for Guidance

Along with the development of technology and information, methods and academic guidance services can be done with a variety of models both directly (face to face) and with distance communication (online)