Academic advisors are here to guide students along the way, but remember, students are responsible for making their own decisions during college regarding courses to take, which major(s) to pursue, and when to see an adviser. Students are responsible for keeping current with curriculum changes, including course schedules and progress towards the degree.
College of Engineering Admission Presentations
Geared towards those who are NOT CURRENTLY engineering majors, to learn how to become admissible to the college.
Wednesday, January 29, 3-4pm, 2400 Engineering Building
Tuesday, February 25, 11am-12pm, 1225 Engineering Building
Thursday, March 27, 4:30-5:30pm, 2400 Engineering Building
Slides from presentation are available by clicking HERE
Before visiting your advisor, you should:Preparing for your academic advising session:
- Reflect on how you are doing in your classes.
- Review the requirements for the majors that interest you.
- Think about any questions you might have about your major, the College of Engineering, or the University.
- During annual enrollment (in the spring) think about classes you might be interested in taking during the summer and next year.
In the spring of each academic year, students enroll in classes for the next academic year (fall and spring semesters). This worksheet is designed to help you plan your future academic schedule.
- Apply for aid
- Enrollment changes
- Graduate fellowships, stipends and GAs
- Graduate provisional admission
- How scholarships affect your aid
- Satisfactory academic progress (SAP)
- Scholarship Searches
- Student loans
- Work Study and work