Students in the Academic Exploration Program receive personalized one-on-one advisement during their class selection process from professional advisors. Beginning at Summer Orientation, AEP students are assisted by faculty and staff with their course selection.
Freshman AEP students will be assigned an academic advisor at the beginning of their fall semester. Advisor assignments are listed on Webster (our computerized student registration system) under the "other" tab at the top of the page. In order to log in to Webster all students must have their BUnetID and password.
Both new and current AEP students must meet with an academic advisor before registering for classes each semester. At the conclusion of that meeting the advisor will e-mail or call the Academic Exploration Program office and request the student's hold or encumberence be released.
Helpful Advising and Related Links
Outstanding Academic Advisor Award
This award was established in 1991 by Student Senate and the Office of Orientation and Advisement to recognize a member of Bradley's faculty, administration, or professional staff who serves as an academic advisor. Nominations will be accepted from anyone. Click here to obtain a form to nominate an advisor for the Outstanding Academic Advisor Award. For more information about this award, contact The Student Activities Office at (309) 677-3050.
Past Award Recipients (2009-2003)
- 2010: Gary Will - Art
- 2009: Dr. Sara Netzley - Communications
- 2008: Dr. Tim Conley - English
- 2007: Dr. Dawn Roberts - Psychology
- 2006: B.J. Lawrence - Communications
- 2005: Dr. Molly Cluskey - Nursing
- 2004: Dr. Nina Collins - Family Consumer Science
- 2003: Dr. Elizabeth Cram - Nursing