- Who is my Advisor?
- Grade Replacement Policy
- Progression Requirements
- College Dismissal Appeals
- University Suspension Appeals
- Withdrawing from the University
Freshman Advising information
All College of Engineering freshmen are advised in the Office of Student Development and Success (OSDS) until they successfully complete the freshman curriculum and are moved to their academic department. All freshman advisors are available to meet with students during office hours and by appointment. Students who need additional help during registration may schedule an appointment through Connect.
Prior to registration, students must complete the pre-registration advising process and develop a proposed class schedule (Plan of Study) for the upcoming semester based on the Academic Plan for the student's major. An advising (registration) hold is placed on every student until the advising process is successfully completed and approved by the student's academic advisor.
Pre-registration advising information and University policies and procedures related to advising are communicated via 49er email only. Advising for spring semester course registration usually begins after fall break. Advising for summer and fall semester course registration usually begins after spring break. The freshman advising period is typically about three weeks. Students who do not complete the advising process by the deadline will not be able to meet with an advisor and register for classes until the beginning of the next semester. Students should check their 49er email for specific instructions and important deadlines.
Links for New Freshmen and Students Completing 1000-Level Courses
Links for Students Advised Within Their Academic Department
Following the freshman year, students are advised by the academic department of their major.
- Civil and Environmental Engineering advising
- Electrical and Computer Engineering advising
- Mechanical Engineering advising
- Systems Engineering and Engineering Management advising
- Engineering Technology and Construction Management advising
Summer classes at other institutions - transient study
With approval, students may complete summer coursework at other two- and four-year institutions. More information on the steps the must be complete to gain approval and credit are here.
- Differences between Engineering and Engineering Technology
- MAPS - Maximizing Academic and Professional Success
- Registrar’s Office (forms and academic policy info)
- University Advising Center (for students who wish to explore other majors on campus)
- University Career Center
- Undergraduate Catalog
- University Center for Academic Excellence