Every student at CTU is assigned an
advisor according to his degree program and
major. The advisor will take a personal interest
in the student's spiritual well-being, academic
progress, and ministerial training.
The advisor is the primary source of
contact between the student and the university.
Students are to direct any questions or concerns
to their advisors. Advisors are directly
involved in providing caring direction, help,
and counsel to their students.
The advisor can provide guidance in
the fulfillment of program requirements by
maintaining a separate student file and updating
the status sheet. The advisor may represent the
student to any administrator or committee and in
any possible appeal process. If the student is
in ministry, the advisor may serve as mentor if
needed, but without any interference in pastoral
The advisor is to help the student's
experience to be an enjoyable and successful
endeavor through graduation. Students are
expected to respect their advisors and respond
to their counsel. The advisor system is provided
for the benefit of the student and expresses the
commitment of the faculty. The provision of the
Holy Spirit and Christian graces can make it a
meaningful and memorable relationship.