Finals Rescheduled Again
Due to inclement weather forecast for this Saturday, 12/14, the make-up exams from Tuesday 12/10 will be rescheduled (yet again) as follows:
- The exam period for classes that meet Tuesday-Thurs 1 p.m. is now rescheduled to Friday, 12/13/2013 from 2:45 p.m. - 4:45 p.m.
- The exam period for classes that meet Tuesday-Thurs 4 p.m. is now rescheduled to Saturday, 12/14/2013 from 8 a.m. - 10 a.m.
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DARS and Academic Advisement
Advisement is required for all undergraduate students. Well in advance of your registration time, meet with your adviser to discuss your degree program and course selection options, as well as any other concerns you may have. Take a recent degree audit with you when you meet with your adviser. After you register for classes, submit another degree audit to see how your courses will meet the requirements of your program.
If you plan to change your major, you must submit an approved Change of Major form to the Office of Academic Advisement in Lyle Hall by that office's deadline. Change of Major forms are available at the Academic Advisement Office, Lyle (second floor) and, for your convenience, on the web at the Student Forms Center. They require the signatures of your adviser and department chairperson. If you delay in filing this form, your major change may not be processed in time for your registration, and you may not be able to register for courses restricted to your new major.
If you have questions about a degree audit, or you think there might be errors or discrepancies, contact one of the offices listed below for further assistance:
- For curricular questions about the major, minor, or general education requirements, contact the chairperson of your major department.
- Contact the Registrar's Office for questions concerning transfer courses, Millersville courses and grades, and in-progress courses.
- For questions regarding exceptions to graduation requirements, a change of major or minor, or for assistance with any other type of question, contact the Office of Academic Advisement.
A what-if audit allows you and your adviser to see the effects of changing a major or option, declaring a major, adding a second major, or switching your primary and secondary majors, before officially changing your record. If you are undecided about a major, the what-if audit is a useful tool to try out different majors and see how your courses will meet the requirements for those programs.
To access a what-if audit,