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Student Academic Advising Guide

GETTING STARTED

What is Academic Advising Anyway?

Who is my Advisor?

Advising FAQs


TESTING

Credit by Exam Policies AP/IB/CLEP/PROF

Computer Science Proficiency Exams

Foreign Language Proficiency Exams

Math Proficiency Exams

Texas Success Iniatiative (TSI)

Writing Proficiency Requirement

 
ACADEMIC STANDING

Academic Standing (probation, suspension, honors)
 

RESOURCES FOR ACADEMIC SUCCESS

College Connections

Skills for Success

Supplemental Instruction

Tutoring Services

Writing Center


PRIVACY AND ME

FERPA Family Educational Rights and Privacy Act



 
While your advisor has much more experience with academic issues than you have, he or she is
only an advisor. In the end, you are responsible for the academic decisions that you make.

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Remember, even when you have an excellent relationship with your academic advisor,
be sure to seek out information on your own about your major and potential career choices.