A successful academic career can follow many paths. A meticulously planned academic trajectory may be appropriate for some students. For most students, however, there is a back-and-forth between one's long-term goals and one's current interests, in which serendipity, newly-discovered passions, and personal development play an ongoing role.
Whether you are a meticulous planner or embrace frequent course changes, it is crucial to familiarize yourself with the University's expectations and requirements, while also learning about the many additional opportunities for academic, co-curricular, career, and personal development available to you.
Academic Planning Resources
- Graduation Requirements
- Majors and Minor Declaration
- Academic Planning Worksheet
- Peer Mentoring Advising Guide
- Academic Integrity
- Academic Suspension
- Course Overload
- Early Warnings and Mid-Semester Grades
- Holds on Student Registration
- Inadequate Writing Competency (IWC) Notation
- Medical Withdrawals
- Absent Student Protocol
- Transfer Credits