Student Responsibility

The Academic Advisor's Role

Students are personally responsible for knowing degree requirements, developing course schedules each semester based on requirements, and completing all requirements as defined in the Catalog.  Included in this responsibility is developing class schedules based on the semester sequence outlined in individual degree plans.  The role of the academic advisor is to offer valuable advice to help students meet degree completion goals.

Planning a Class Schedule

To effectively plan a class schedule, students should consult with their advisor and refer to the resource links provided on this page.

Steps include:

Organizing and planning class schedules using the registration dates and resources provided on this page and degree plans detailed in the Catalog.

Listing class choices in order of priority.  Also, listing alternate classes in the event that class sections are full or course offerings are cancelled.

Scheduling only classes for which all course requirements are met. Individual course enrollments may be cancelled at any time for students not meeting all course requirements.

NOTE:

Financial aid may be affected when registering for classes that are not included in a degree plan.

Registration Instructions

Seniors, Juniors, and Graduate students are approved for self-registration. All other classifications of students must schedule meetings with assigned academic advisors to register for classes. The best results deadline for registration is Friday, April 10, 2020.  After the best results date, courses with insufficient enrollment may be removed from Fall 2020 course offerings.

 
 

Campus Map

tbc campus map
 

Upcoming Events

Tue 11

Online Summer Session B

June 21 - August 16
Thu 13

Dormitories Open for New Students

August 13 @ 9:00 am - 12:00 pm
new student orientation
Fri 14

New Student Orientation

August 14 @ 8:30 am - 12:30 pm
Mon 17

Classes Begin/Online Session A Begins

August 17 @ 8:00 am - 5:00 pm
Fri 21

On campus drop/add ends

August 21 @ 8:00 am - 5:00 pm

Student Responsibility

The Academic Advisor's Role

Students are personally responsible for knowing degree requirements, developing course schedules each semester based on requirements, and completing all requirements as defined in the Catalog.  Included in this responsibility is developing class schedules based on the semester sequence outlined in individual degree plans.  The role of the academic advisor is to offer valuable advice to help students meet degree completion goals.

Planning a Class Schedule

To effectively plan a class schedule, students should consult with their advisor and refer to the resource links provided on this page.

Steps include:



Organizing and planning class schedules using the registration dates and resources provided on this page and degree plans detailed in the Catalog.



Listing class choices in order of priority.  Also, listing alternate classes in the event that class sections are full or course offerings are cancelled.



Scheduling only classes for which all course requirements are met. Individual course enrollments may be cancelled at any time for students not meeting all course requirements.



NOTE:

Financial aid may be affected when registering for classes that are not included in a degree plan.

Registration Instructions

Seniors, Juniors, and Graduate students are approved for self-registration. All other classifications of students must schedule meetings with assigned academic advisors to register for classes. The best results deadline for registration is Friday, April 10, 2020.  After the best results date, courses with insufficient enrollment may be removed from Fall 2020 course offerings.

 


 


Campus Map

tbc campus map

 


Upcoming Events


Tue

11

Online Summer Session B

June 21 - August 16


Thu

13

Dormitories Open for New Students

August 13 @ 9:00 am - 12:00 pm

new student orientation

Fri

14

New Student Orientation

August 14 @ 8:30 am - 12:30 pm


Mon

17

Classes Begin/Online Session A Begins

August 17 @ 8:00 am - 5:00 pm


Fri

21

On campus drop/add ends

August 21 @ 8:00 am - 5:00 pm