Want some good advice? Meet with your adviser!
Advising is an important part of the registration process. Each degree-seeking student is assigned a faculty adviser. If you are not sure who your adviser is, check it out on your WINGS Student Center on the right side of the main page. The following information has been compiled to help you plan when to meet with your adviser prior to registering. Information sent directly to you via email, newsletters, etc. supersedes this listing. Non-degree students who need advising can work with the dean's office of their college or contact the Academic Advising Center in Wilder Hall or visit the academic advising website.
The following departments/majors require advising and place holds on students’ records so they cannot register for classes until their department or adviser has authorized release of the hold. In addition to the list below, some individual advisers place holds on advisees’ records. The Academic Advising Center restricts first-year advisees only.
Clinical Laboratory Science
Health Education Health Promotion