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We have provided a great deal of information on the following pages:
The advisement process differs from student to student, as each student's record is different. However, some basic things apply:
If you are a new student and not transferring
any hours to ETSU, you may wish to consult a
Schedule, which covers the Freshman and Sophmore years.
This is a sample only. You must consult with your
advisor prior to registration, each semester until you graduate.
Again, you may find helpful information by
Frequently Asked Questions. This link will take you to the
section dealing with undergraduate information. If you are a
transfer student, you can consult the section dealing with
questions by transfer students, at
Frequently Asked Questions, Transfer Students.
The undergraduate advisement process is one
of the most important aspects of your time at ETSU. As chairman
of the Undergraduate Advisement Review Committee, I am aware of
the central role that advising (good or less-than-good) plays in
your career, not only during your time at ETSU, but in your
future education or occupation.
Therefore, it is vitally necessary that you take an active part in your advisement. No advisor can guarantee that you graduate "on-time", if you personally fail to act responsibility in regard to seeking advisement, asking pertinent questions, and maintaining regular contact with your advisor.
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