Check your progress for program completion on registrar’s system.
Notify your advisor of any sports or work hours in which you will be participating.
Discuss your grades with your advisor. Specify your academic strengths and weakness and discuss them with your advisor.
Discuss career goals with your advisor.
Acknowledge that Departments require a 2.00 GPA (“C”) or higher for graduation.
Establish a good relationship with your advisor—advisors are ready to help you, but you must ask for the help. It never hurts to just stop by your advisor’s office for a few minutes sometime during the semester just to say “hello.”
When you graduate, you may need to ask your advisor(s) for a good letter of recommendation. Start forming a relationship with your advisors early in your college career so they can write a terrific letter for you.