Supplemental Academic Advising

Academic advising is an important part of your university career that can positively impact your progress toward degree completion. It is far more than simply planning a schedule each semester. It is the shared partnership between you and your advisor.

Our goal is to serve as the guiding link between your educational pursuits and the University's expectations, academic rigor, and campus life as you transition to and through the university. Advising sessions are highly individualized based on your needs.  You must have been accepted into the ARCHES program to receive services.  

ARCHES Academic Advising

  • All Advising appointments should be scheduled through CPP Connect.
    • Click on "Get Assistance", then select "Advising" and "ARCHES Advising"
  • Appointments must be scheduled with your assigned advisor, if you are unsure who that is please contact the ARCHES Front Desk (909-869-2386).
  • Appointments can be scheduled 4 weeks in advance.
  • If there are no appointments you will not see any timeslots available. Keep checking throughout the week to see if anyone cancels their appointment or call the ARCHES front desk.
  • Appointments must be set up 24 hours in advance, no same day appointments.
  • Drop in advising is available during Priority Registration.

  • Please update your Planner on CPP Connect or updated curriculum sheet.  To learn how to set up your planner, watch this video:
  • To edit your CPP Connect Planner, watch this video:
  • Come prepared with a list of question or concerns you would like to discuss with your advisor.

Note: Students who do not meet with an advisor will have a hold placed on their account in Bronco Direct for the following semester. 

As part of the participant agreement, ARCHES participants are required to complete a Mid Term Progress Report and return it to the ARCHES office each semester. The Progress Report form is available on-line (below) and also in the ARCHES office beginning the 7th week of instruction during the Fall and Spring semesters. Progress Reports are due back to ARCHES no later than the 9th week of instruction. 

Below are the directions:

Step one:  Email your professor and request they complete the MTPR form (DUE: Week 9).    Below is suggested text you can send them:

Dear Professor,

I am part of ARCHES, a retention program on campus that supports my academic journey.  We are required to submit progress report every semester.  Would you please complete my progress report by clicking on this link:

Thank you!

(Your name)

Step two:   Once your professor submits the MTPR, a copy will be shared with you.  ARCHES will also receive a copy of it and will follow up with you if necessary. 

  1. Participant Agreement Form
  2. ARCHES Resource List
  3. Post Orientation Assessment

Department Of Rehabilitation

CPP Contact:  Robert deBoisblanc BA, MS, QRP, West Covina DOR Office 
626-939-9111 Direct, 626-813-7662 Office

ARCHES Advisors

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Julie Aguilera

About me: Hello, I’m Julie Aguilera the ARCHES Learning Specialist.  I’m a CPP Alumni and I have been a part of the ARCHES Team since 2015.  I enjoy supporting students with their goals and connecting them to new helpful resources. I hope to guide you through your academic journey and make your transition smooth.  When I’m not helping ARCHES students, you can find me outside hiking, hanging out at a museum, or taking pictures.

To schedule your advising appointment, CLICK HERE

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Patricia Duran-Quezada

About Me:  Hello, I am the Project Director for ARCHES but I am also an academic advisor.  I graduated from UC Santa Cruz and earned my MPA from CPP.  I LOVE working with our students and witnessing all their amazing achievements and their ability to overcome odds.  I love my dog, cooking and having new adventures with my husband.

To schedule your advising appointment, CLICK HERE 

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