Conversion advising is an integral element of the semester conversion process, and it is the last phase of the semester conversion three-phase planning timeline. Learning more about advising by visiting the links below.
Before you visit your advisor
- View your dual grade report. This feature, available on OneStop's website, allows you to view your quarter credits as if they had already been converted to semester credits. You can view an example of a dual grade report on this website.
- Run your degree audit. This will allow you to track your progress toward your degree.
- Consult the Course Planning Guide and department notices for course availability.
- Plan to complete in-progress course sequences before the start of the semester system.
When will I meet with my advisor?
- You should meet with your advisor during the 2010-2011 academic year to discuss ways for you to prepare for semester conversion (such as complete in-progress course sequences). You may also want to discuss if you can graduate before semesters begin.
- You will meet with your advisor during the 2011-12 academic year to create an Individual Advising Plan (IAP). This IAP will be an outline of program specific degree requirements used to map out your courses throughout semester conversion. When followed, this plan will keep you on track to graduate without delay.