Advising & Registration
The Advising Period for Spring 2014 Advance Registration begins Tuesday, October 22, 2013 and ends Friday, November 8, 2013. Registration will begin Monday, November 11, 2013. Information regarding registration access times can be found on the Office of the Registrar’s website (please use the links at the right).
During the Advising Period, students should schedule an advising and course selection appointment with their academic adviser(s). Advising in the School of Humanities and Sciences is mandatory. Students will need to meet with their academic advisers to obtain their registration access code (RAC), which is necessary to register for courses.
Students should use their advising appointment to ask questions about majors/minors, Spring 2014 courses, possible summer coursework, internships, and to review midterm grades. It is helpful to review your degree evaluation and academic transcript before and during your advising appointment. Being proactive in reviewing your degree evaluation will help you and your adviser plan for course selection as well as resolve any discrepancies that can delay completion of your degree requirements. If you have not utilized or do not know where to find your degree evaluation, check out the Office of the Registrar’s tutorial. The School of Humanities and Sciences created “The Basics of Reading Your Degree Evaluation” to help answer questions you may have when reviewing your degree evaluation.
If a student is struggling in a course, s/he should discuss options with the course professor as well as review the tutoring options from the Office of Academic Enrichment which can be found at /aes/. If the course is not salvageable, the student may consider withdrawing from the course. Students who wish to withdraw from a course should be aware that the deadline for doing so is Wednesday, November 6, 2013. The withdraw form is available online and must be submitted to the Office of the Registrar.