I want to plan my studies
Whether you are just making plans for the semester, or looking ahead all the way to finishing your degree, here are the tools you'll need to create a plan.
The catalog is the ultimate compendium of official information. While it covers many topics, you'll probably use it most to look up the general education requirements, major requirements, and major pathways. It's updated every year, so you may need to review the archives for the policies that apply to you.
What's offered, who's teaching it, and when. Even how much the textbooks will cost.
When are finals? Spring break? When will grades be posted? These dates and more are listed in the Academic Calendar.
Academic advisors help freshmen, sophomores and undeclared students explore academic options, choose a major, and pick the right classes. If you are a junior or senior, you get advising through your major.
When it's time to graduate, you'll apply through the Office of the Registrar. They also handle your official student transcripts and records.