What is UNIV 100? University Orientation is a 1 credit course that explores the relationship between students' personal development goals, university life and academic programs. Provides orientation to learning skills necessary to succeed in college. Presents benefits of using various university services
When to see a Center for Major Exploration advisor?
PREVIEW - Takes place in the summer and right before classes begin.
UNIV 100 (University Orientation) - Consider taking this one (1) credit course designed to ensure a smooth transition into the University and to teach you academic skills for college success.
INTIAL INTERVIEW- Meet with your Advisor to discuss adjustment to campus by first Friday in October.
REGISTRATION - Meet with your advisor to evaluate progress and select classes (for the Spring semester) which meet your current major/career interests starting at beginning of October. This appointment is needed in order to remove your advising hold so you may register for the spring semester.
ACADEMIC WARNING - Students on Academic Warning are required to meet with their advisor by the end of January.
UNIV 120 - Consider taking this one (1) credit Career Planning Course to focus on career planning and decisions.
DISCUSS PROGRESS/DIFFICULTIES- Review Fall academic performance, difficulties, planning and decisions; use Advising and Counseling services and programs as needed.
SELF DIRECTED SEARCH- Take the Self Directed Search (SDS) and return for the interpretation of it.
CAREER PLANNING- Meet with your Advisor to review the Self Directed Search (SDS) and to explore major and career interests.
REGISTRATION- Meet with your advisor to evaluate progress and to select classes (for Summer and Fall) which meet your current major/career interests. This appointment is needed in order to remove your advising hold so you may register for the spring semester.