To all advising meetings you should bring your transcripts, departmental check sheets, audit forms, and any material you may have received from the advisors at the College of Arts & Sciences Advising (CASA) office or Student Academic Services.
Prior to each meeting you should consider the following:
- What classes do you want to take next semester?
- What holes you see in your current plan of study? How might these affect your graduation date?
- What you want to do with your life?
- In what ways does your plan of study prepare you for your goals?
Each student needs an advising code to enroll in classes. Only your advisor is allowed to give you your advising code. Your advising code may not be given to anyone without your written consent. Your advising code may not be given over the phone or via e-mail.
If you are a CST major, go to Starfish in Blackboard and make your own appointment on their calendar.