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College of Engineering and Computing


Advisement Spring and Summer 2017

The dates and times for advisement are below.  Please note that the rank (sophomore, etc.) refers to your current progress through the BME curriculum, as of Fall 2016, not your total credit hours.
All advisement sessions will be held in the senior design area at 1200 Catawba.

IMPORTANT: Students not advised during one of the advisement times listed below must wait until the open registration period to be advised and enroll in classes, which might mean that the class you want or need to take will close before you have a chance to sign up.

 

Freshmen: No block advisement sessions. Please continue to be advised by your 1st year advisor

 

Sophomores Session 1:  Tuesday, October 18

            Last names A-C  3:30-4:00

            Last names D-F  4:00-4:30

            Last names G-I 4:30-5:00

            Last names J-L 5:00-5:30

Juniors Session 1:  Wednesday, Oct 19

            Last names A-C  3:30-4:00

            Last names D-F  4:00-4:30

            Last names G-I 4:30-5:00

            Last names J-L 5:00-5:30

Sophomores Session 2:  Thursday, October 20

            Last names M-O 3:30-4:00

            Last names P-R 4:00-4:30

            Last names S-V 4:30-5:00

            Last names W-Z 5:00-5:30

Juniors Session 2:  Monday, Oct 24

            Last names M-O 3:30-4:00

            Last names P-R 4:00-4:30

            Last names S-V 4:30-5:00

            Last names W-Z 5:00-5:30     

Seniors Session:   Tuesday, October 25

            Last names A-F 3:30-4:00

            Last names G-K 4:00-4:30

            Last names L- Q 4:30-5:00        

            Last names R-Z 5:00 – 5:30

 

IMPORTANT:  Before meeting with us, you are REQUIRED TO print out your unofficial transcript and bring it with you.  If you do not arrive with this information, you will NOT be able to participate in advisement until you return with your printed transcript.  Also, please be thinking about the classes you would like to take in the Summer, as well as any other questions you might have about your present or future coursework.