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The Advisement Services Department provides information to perspective new and continuing students about the college, its services, the programs offered, and helps students to choose courses that meet their educational goals.  We also provide information to transfer students about the use of their credits, work with students who are on probation, and help students determine their eligibility to graduate.

Our department is committed to assisting you during your academic life here at the Miami Dade Community College.  Listed below are some examples of the types of services we provide:

Advisement Information Probation Student Information
New Student Information Suspended Student Information
Transfer Information Dismissed Student Information
Graduation Review CLAST Registration
Registration problems / Holds CLEP Information
Transient Student Information International Student Services

General Information about Advisement Services

Students are encouraged to make an appointment, in advance, to meet with an academic advisor.  Walk in appointments are available on a limited basis and wait times can vary

Hours of Operation

Monday thru Wednesday from 8:00am to 7:00pm.
Thursday and Friday from 8:00am to 4:30pm.

Contact Information

You may contact us at 305-237-5046, may fax us information at 305-237-5212, or email us at hadvisement@mdc.edu.  We are located in room A233.
Jose Luis Tamayo (305) 237-5227.


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