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Academic Advising

December 7 - 13, 2020 | Three Things in Academic Advising This Week

'Three Things in Academic Advising This Week' highlights policies, upcoming events, technology updates, and other important updates relevant to academic advising. 

3 new features in Microsoft Teams that you should be using (if you're not already!)


 Previous Three Things Weekly Announcements:

1. Who Does SDRC Serve?

2.  How to Refer a Student

3. What the SDRC Can Do

1. How to Find Your Registration Time Ticket
  • Log in to my.sc.edu
  • Click on the 'Student' tab
  • Click on 'Student Profile (New)'
  • Select the term for which you'd like to see your time ticket (just above ID photo on your profile page) - Spring 2021
  • Click on ‘Registration Notices’ (top right corner)
  • Your Time Ticket (when you're allowed to register) for the selected term is listed on the menu near the bottom.
2. How to View Holds on Your Account
  • Log in to my.sc.edu
  • Click on the 'Student' tab
  •  Click on 'Student Profile (New)'
  • Select the term for which you'd like to see holds (just above ID photo on your profile page) - Spring 2021
  • Click on ‘Holds’ (top right corner)
  • Contact the office(s) by whom the hold(s) were placed to find out what needs to be done to resolve them.

Note: You will not be able to register for the selected term until after holds are removed. Academic Advisors cannot remove holds placed on your account by other offices.

3. General Registration Troubleshooting

Having trouble Registering for Courses? Please check the handy checklist on the Registration Troubleshooting page from the Office of the Registrar for some possible solutions.

1. Advising Resources Section of the Advising Website

2. How to Change Your Microsoft Teams Away Message

  • Click on your profile picture icon in the top right corner of the Teams window.

  • Below your picture, click "Set Status Message."

  • Check the box that says "Show when people message me."

  • If you're constantly receiving lots of messages, you may want to consider selecting "Never" under the "Clear status message after" dropdown menu. This will keep your status message visible for an indefinite period of time to anyone who tries to message you.

3. Appreciating Academic Advisors

 


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