Current and prospective students are encouraged to seek out advising throughout their academic career. SC&I Student Services staff can provide students with information about the academic programs, admissions and degree requirements, and much more. Faculty in your degree program can offer you more in-depth guidance about your overall career pathway.
It is important that undergraduate majors in SC&I remember that you are required to meet all of the academic requirements of their SC&I undergraduate major AND the requirements of the 4-year school that they were initially admitted to. If you were originally admitted to SAS and have now been admitted to SC&I, you never lost your affiliation with SAS; you gained an affiliation with SC&I. Thus, you must complete the requirements of your SC&I major and the SAS requirements including the SAS Core, being in good academic standing, and accruing 120 credits.
Undergraduate students seeking advising can visit the SC&I Office of Student Services weekdays (from 9 a.m. – 4:30 p.m.) for walk-in academic advising. Students may also call the main office at (848) 932-7550 to schedule an academic advising appointment with a SC&I Student Counselor.
Information about the academic programs, policies, and procedures is also available online and in the program handbooks.
All undergraduate students within SC&I should maintain regular contact with the SC&I academic advisor as well as with the academic advising office of their 4-yeaer admitted school.