Upperclassmen advising is for non-freshman and non-graduating seniors (even if you are classified as a senior).
Students should schedule a meeting with their assignment adviser based on the list supplied by email from the department or as list on this website. To receive your registration PIN, students must provide the following information:
- A registration form showing the proposed classes for the semester
- A degree plan with the completed courses and in-progress courses denoted
- A long range degree plan showing the how and when the student plans to take remaining courses. The long range plan should map courses until graduation. (Example)
Once the student has completed these steps, the adviser will email the student a registration PIN.
Remember to keep the marked degree plan and long range plan as it will be used in future semesters.