Academic Advising

Central Texas College maintains a staff of academic and student services advisors, evaluators and designated staff at CTC locations around the world to assist students with general academic advising. The initial advising session focuses on the student’s program of study and whether student plans to transfer to a four-year program, enter the workforce upon completion of an associate degree, acquire new or improve skills for current job, or further their education while in the military. Students can visit their local CTC representative for program and course selections. All military students worldwide are advised to contact their military education counselor for guidance prior to enrolling in classes. If you are at a location without a CTC representative contact the Eagles on Call Center at

CTC Degree/Certificate Seeking Students

For students seeking a degree or certificate with Central Texas College:

  • All students should have an approved degree plan by the end of their first semester.
  • Evaluated degree plans for active duty Servicemembers using military tuition assistance are completed within 60 days after admission to the college and receipt of required official college transcripts and the Joint Services Transcript (JST).
  • Students using Veterans education benefits are required to have an approved updated degree plan each semester they enroll. Veterans are required to have their military education and training evaluated.
  • Students using MyCAA (My Career Advancement Account) benefits must have an Education and Training Plan (ETP) approved for funding. Contact your C&I CTC site representative. If you are not located near a CTC site, contact Eagles on Call at

Students may view their online degree plan, explore programs, and register for courses required on their degree plan through CTC’s Eagle Self-Service “Student Planning.” Students may log into WebAdvisor and select “Eagle Self-Service” and then select “Student Planning.” Click on “Go to My Progress.” My Progress is an automated degree plan that includes anticipated completion date, program and course requirements, CTC courses completed or in progress, transfer credits accepted and evaluated credits applied to their program.