The Office of Academic Advising has been busy this semester with more than 4,000 student visits within the first few weeks prior to and after the semester started.
Now that the spring 2011 semester is in full swing, it is a good time to come in and visit with an Academic Advisor.
Students who are unsure of their major, who would like to work on academic planning for the upcoming summer and fall semesters, and who need guidance in their academic endeavors can meet with an Academic Advisor by appointment 405-682-7535 or as a walk-in.
Likewise, the Academic Advising Office just hosted the spring Transfer Fair.
We had approximately 30 transfer institutions in representation.
If you would like to learn more about transferring to a four year institution after graduation, drop by our office and we will be more than happy to assist you in the transfer process.
It is important that students start early in the transfer process, because some four year institutions do have deadlines to apply and require specific documentation be submitted with their applications.
March 28 is the first day of open enrollment for summer and fall classes.
Do not be the one waiting in line the week before classes start, trying to get enrolled.
The sooner you enroll, the more opportunity you have to get into classes that work around your schedule, your degree program, and with the professors that you prefer.
Early enrollment also allows you the opportunity to learn more about your degree program and gather important information that you may need to know in order to be successful.