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From the College of Natural Sciences

Audit, Questions, Notes

Dear Students, 

While we still have a good chunk of the fall semester that remains, now is the time to start planning for the spring. Before registration arrives you should be sure to make an appointment to see your advisor. Earlier is better than later. In case you missed it, there are a bazillion students in CNS, and our tireless advising staff has only so much time to go around. That's why I encourage you all to follow these three easy steps to make the most of your advising time: Audit. Questions. Notes. 

  • First, run a degree audit. This will let you know where you stand on the way toward graduation with your current degree profile (you can even test out other scenarios). 
  • Second, write down any questions you have for your advisor. You think you will remember them. But you won't. Write them down and bring them to your appointment. 
  • Third, when you are meeting with your advisor and getting answers to all of your questions, take notes. You think you will remember everything. But you won't. So take notes, and you'll have them with you when it's time to register. 

We have an amazing and dedicated group of advisors ready to help you reach your goals. Plan ahead to make the most of their advice and experience. 


Dr. Vanden Bout 

P.S. As a reminder, if you changed addresses since you last registered to vote, October 11th is the last day to register to vote with your new address.

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