Pre-Registration Advising

Spring and Summer 2018 Pre-Registration Advising instructions for students wishing to CODA into or continue in the CSC degree:

  1. Review your individual Enrollment Date in your Student Center on MyPack
    • "Appointment begins/Enrollment appointment" is jargon for when you enroll; you should plan to meet with an advisor at least 2 days before your "enrollment appointment".
  2. Print out your current degree audit (with no planned classes). Engineering First Year students should print out the BS degree audit for their intended major (ie. CSC BS degree audit)
    • There is a PRINT button in the top right corner of the Degree Audit Page
    • Alternatively, if you are using Firefox you can right-click, choose "This Frame", "Show only this frame", and you will be able to print your full degree audit
  3. Review the Enrollment Wizard for available classes and put those classes in your shopping cart
  4. Based on your shopping cart, fill out and then print out the advising planning form with classes for the next term
  5. Come see ANY CSC Academic advisor during their drop in, "no appointment needed" office hours. Be sure to bring your printed degree audit (for the major you are in or are planning to be in) as well as your Advising Planning Form. We have spare advising planning forms if you forget yours. Links to office hours are on the homepage.
  1. Discuss your current and prospective classes
  2. Decide on a schedule for the next available terms
  3. Discuss any other inquiries (ie. Graduate School, Work Opportunities, impact experiences, etc.)
  4. Ask any questions you may have
  5. Have your enrollment hold released
  1. Ensure your shopping cart is accurate and there are no other holds on your account
  2. Press the "enroll" button after finalizing your shopping cart on or after your individual enrollment appointment according to MyPack
  3. Send an e-mail or come back for advising if you have any questions
    • If you wish to contact more than one advisor via email, please send one email to all three advisors instead of three separate notes.