By: Marianne Salina, Academic Advising and Assistance
Spring Break serves as a much-needed pause for students, allowing them to recharge and come back to school refreshed and ready to tackle the rest of the semester. This is also a time when students are looking ahead to the summer months when a longer, warmer hiatus awaits them. While the academic year is nearing its completion, it’s important that students finish strong and take note of a few key dates and events in the upcoming weeks.
THURSDAY, MARCH 27:
Driver’s Seat: Mapping Your Major; Finding Your Career. This is an academic discovery & career exploration fair, representing 30 different academic units, and staffed by faculty and advisors to discuss with students possible majors and career paths. Open to all undergraduate students.
FRIDAY, MARCH 28:
Last day to withdraw from a class. Now that we are midway through the semester, this is a good time for students to look carefully at their progress in each class, and to make sure that they are in good academic standing. If a student is struggling and is in danger of not passing a class, then it’s important for him or her to visit with the office of Academic Advising and withdraw from that course.
TUESDAY, APRIL 1:
Fall 2014 Registration on ZAGWEB begins. Students may begin researching classes and planning their schedules for next fall.
TUESDAY, MAY 6 – FRIDAY, MAY 9:
FRIDAY, MAY 16:
Grade Inquiry and GPAs will be available on ZAGWEB
As always, students should feel welcome to contact the office of Academic Advising with any questions or concerns regarding their academic paths. We hope to see your student on March 27th!