Faculty Guide for Advising
- General Information
- Semester calendar and schedule.
- Paperwork needed to change major, minor or college.
- What situations should be referred to the dean’s office?
- Adding a student to a course after the first seven days of class.
- If a student is enrolling in more than 19 credit hours for a term.
- Dual Degree, Dual Major, Secondary Academic Program Information
- Information for academic advising each semester
- Follow this link to review hold explanations on student accounts. Look in Degree Works for the type of hold for a particular student.
- Students are expected to complete courses in the area of general education. Details about the general education outcomes and courses are available here.
- If a student has taken an alternate course in place of a program requirement, the advisor will need to complete a Degree Works exception form. The directions for completion of this form are available here.
- If a student needs a paper copy form to make schedule changes (or because they are going over 19 hours), they can use this “Add/Drop form.”
- It may be helpful to visually see what a student’s schedule looks like for a semester, or you may want to work with your student to map out a weekly schedule.
- Exceeding 19 credit hours in a term will usually require the student to pay an academic overage charge; these courses are exceptions to that rule and do not accrue an academic overage charge.
- Click to review dynamic course offerings - course information, CRN, time, meeting locations.
- If the student tries to register for a course and gets an error message, what does that mean?
- Course Transfer Information
- Campus Resources
- Each college provides tutoring for academic courses.
- If student has an incident or exhibits a behavior that is of concern, you can use this form to connect that student with campus resources.
- Wellness resources - Referral list for wellness resources on and off campus.
- Study abroad information.
- In order to qualify for graduation, a student must complete this application.
- With the student, check the student’s Degree Works record to ensure that the degrees, majors, minors and concentrations are accurate; also ensure that the student has earned the appropriate number of total hours for graduation.
- Arts & Sciences: 120 hours
- Business Administration: 120 hours
- Engineering: 128 hours
- Pharmacy: 216 hours
- If a student will be completing program requirements at the end of summer or fall but wants to participate in spring commencement, they will need to complete this request form by April 1. Additional commencement policies are available here.
- College specific information
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