Academic Advising


Academic advising is a critical component to your college experience. Advising is an interactive process between you and your Student Success Navigator/Advisor to ensure student success through proactive support and guidance during your time at LWTech. 

Spring 2020 Registration Information

  • Spring quarter registration will begin on February 11 for continuing students.
  • Spring quarter ergistration will begin on February 13 for *NEW* students.
  • The last day NEW students may meet with an advisor for registration is Friday, April 3.
  • ALL NEW students are REQUIRED to meet with an advisor prior to registering for their first quarter. See below for more information.

Closures and Special Hour Information

Advisors and Student Success Navigators Can Help You

  • Understand your math and English assessment results.
  • Plan your education at LWTech.
  • Register for your first quarter classes.
  • Work with you towards your academic and career goals by identifying strengths, weaknesses, and barriers that may hinder your ability to be successful.
  • Provide clarification about program requirements & academic planning, college policies, and procedures.
  • Connect with other services on campus that can help you be successful.
  • Explore transfer opportunities from LWTech.

Meeting With an Advisor

In order to see an advisor, students must have

Students with prior college credits, AP scores, CLEP, miliary transcripts, etc are encouraged to:

  • Send Official Transcripts at least 3 weeks in advance for evaluation.
  • Unofficial transcripts may be utilized for placement purposes.

Advising Appointments

You can schedule an appointment with your assigned advisors Monday-Friday 8 a.m to 4:30 p.m. by calling (425) 739-8300.

All NEW students are REQUIRED to meet with an advisor prior to registering for their first quarter. New students are encouraged to schedule an advising appointment to allow for ample time to meet before accessing drop-in advising (15 minutes or less).

Typical appointments are for 30-60 minute sessions.

  • Educational planning
  • Registering for your first quarter of classes
  • Transcript evaluation
  • Competitive admission processes
  • Planning for transfer
  • And more!

Students are assigned an advisor by their program of study.

Drop-in Academic Advising

Prospective or current students will have the opportunity to speak with an Advisor without an appointment during drop-in hours. Drop-in hours are designed for questions that can be addressed in 15 minutes or less. If the question is complex, an appointment will be scheduled for another day.

You may also make an appointment with an Advisor

Closures and Hour Changes

  • Due to weather conditions, there will be no evening advising hours on Wednesday, January 15, 2020.
  • There will be extended hours on Monday, February 10 from 10 a.m. to 12:30 p.m.
  • There will be extended hours on Tuesday, February 11 from 9 a.m. to 2 p.m. 

Winter 2020 Drop-In Hours

Getting Started With Academic Advising

Learn More About Academic Advising