Advising

 

The University Transfer Center and University College are open and conducting completely "Online Student Services".  To keep our students and campus safe we will continue providing academic advising and additional student services through a virtual online format.

Scheduled Appointments

Academic Advisors will conduct advising appointments either by phone or Web Conferencing.  UCOL students are encouraged to make appointments directly with their Advisor through Connect.  Once your appointment has been scheduled, instructions for connecting with your Advisor will be provided to you by email.

Virtual Open Office Hours

Virtual Open Office appointments are available for Non-University College students, which are students who have a declared major.

Virtual Open Office appointment Schedule:

  • Tuesday – Thursday, 9:00am – 12:00pm and 1:00 – 4:00pm
  • To schedule a virtual Open Office Hours appointment, Click Here 
  • Steps for scheduling an Open Office Appointment, Click Here

 

RESOURCES

Please continue to monitor NinerAlerts, Niner Notices and other University Communications for the Latest News and Updates.

Summer and Fall Course Registration Information

University Center for Academic Excellence (Tutoring)

University Career Center

University-wide Policies, Concerns and Questions

Student Emergency Relief Fund


PASS / NO CREDIT (Spring 2020)

Academic Policy and Procedure, Click here 

FAQ's

How do I elect the Pass/No Credit option for one or more of my classes this term?

The process for requesting Pass/No Credit will be communicated by the University soon. You do not need to take any action at this time.

If I choose the Pass/No Credit option for a course, how will my GPA be calculated?

A Pass (P) or No Credit (N) grade will have no impact on your GPA. It will not contribute GPA Hours or Quality Points used in the calculation of overall GPA on your transcript.

The policy states that "A grade of Pass (P) is sufficient to meet the required prerequisite threshold for any future courses and will be allowed to meet progression in the student’s major, minor and general education requirements." Does that apply to all courses?

More information to come.

How should I anticipate a grade of Pass (P) being interpreted by graduate school admission committees?

Please be assured that all graduate admission committees will be aware of the circumstances around Spring 2020. We are not able to say with certainty how those committees will view student records. Each individual student will need to come to a decision regarding the election of Pass/No Credit.

Students can attempt selected courses for a maximum of two times. If I choose the Pass/No Credit option for a course this semester, will it count as one of the attempts?

More information to come.

 

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