What are you responsible for?
- You should schedule and attend your first year advising appointment prior to your registration eligibility date.
- You must monitor your own progress, and seek advice from your advisor, so that you stay on schedule toward a four-year graduation.
- You should take an active role in your advising session by being prepared to discuss your goals and educational plans.
- You should complete 30-36 semesters hours of credit hours each year so you on track to graduate in four years.
- You need to be prepared for each appointment with questions and/or material for discussion.
- You must ask questions if you do not understand an issue or have a specific concern.
- You should understand degree requirements of colleges and majors you are considering.
- You should be aware of drop/add deadlines and additional university requirements.
- You must make and be responsible for your own decisions.
- You should maintain good academic standing as determined by the department and college offering your major.
- You should silence your cell phone prior to advising appointments.
- You should follow-up on referrals and inform your assigned advisor of the outcome of referrals.
Remember that you, and not your advisor, bear the ultimate responsibility for selecting courses, meeting course pre-requisites and graduation requirements, and adhering to University policies and procedures.