CpE Undergraduate Advising
NOTE: this page is for Computer Engineering (CpE) Undergraduate Advising only
The CpE Undergraduate Advising will be conducted via Zoom (see #1 below)
For CpE BS-MS Advising
- Please contact Dr. George at email@example.com
For CpE Graduate (MS) Advising
1. How to schedule an appointment with advisors?
- Freshman and Sophomores, advisement is with the ECS Student Success Center
- Juniors and Seniors, advisement is with the CpE program - Please read the following carefully:
Regular Advising (Fall 2020):
No walk in hours, an appointment is required
NOTE: prior to coming to the appointment, you must fill out the FERPA release form and email it to Dr. John Faller.
- Good Academic Standing? - Please schedule an advising session
- On Probation?
- Please email Dr. Faller as noted above to schedule an appointment.
- M, W, F - 10:00 a.m. - 10:30 a.m. and 1:00 p.m. - 1:30 p.m.
- Zoom link will be emailed to you
- If these times don't work for you, please email Dr. Faller directly.
Please Keep in Mind:
- Your future appointments may be declined if you do not show up after making an appointment
- Only make one appointment
- Appointments are limited and, when you make multiple appointments, you remove a space(s) someone else could have used
- If you can't make a scheduled appointment, you must cancel/reschedule
- Minimum notice required for canceling/rescheduling an appointment is 24 hours
- If you are having trouble with TitanNET, please email Dr. Faller indicating the type (i.e., group or individual), date, and time of the desired appointment
2. How should I plan my studies?
This is an editable flowchart for you to use. Please use it to draft a study plan before meeting with an advisor if you need to discuss your study plan. Please see this YouTube video for instructions on using this flowchart.
Also, here is a template for your advising notes . To speed up your advising session, please fill in your tentative schedule prior to your advising appointment.
NOTE: the advising session is all digital. Do not bring paper copies. Computers will be available for you to use during the session.
3. Where are the advising sessions held?
Group Sessions - Zoom
Individual Sessions (students on academic probation only) - Zoom
4. What is advising and what is the requirement?
Academic advising is an opportunity to review your progress toward your degree.
Undergraduate students are required to meet with an advisor once a year. If this requirement is not met, an administrative hold will be placed on your records automatically, and you won’t be able to register for classes.
5. Who should I meet for advising?
For Freshmen and Sophomores - ECS Student Success Center
For Juniors and Seniors in good standing - Group advising with a CpE advisor
For Juniors and Seniors on academic probation - Individual advising with a CpE advisor
- For Freshmen and Sophomores, meeting with a staff member at ECS Student Success Center counts toward the once per year advising requirement.
- For Juniors and Seniors, meeting with a staff member at ECS Student Success Center does NOT count toward the once per year advising requirement.
- For Juniors and Seniors, meeting with the CpE program counts toward the once per year advising requirement.
- Staff members at ECS Student Success Center may refer you to the CpE program after your meeting with them if it is necessary for your case.
7. How to cancel or reschedule your advising appointments?
For appointments made with ECS Student Success Center, contact them directly for cancellation and rescheduling.
For appointments made with the CpE program:
- To cancel an appointment, use the appointment app . Cancellation is only allowed if it is at least 24 hours before the start of the original appointment.
- To reschedule an appointment, use the appointment app . Rescheduling is only allowed if it is at least 24 hours before the start of the original appointment.
12. How do I apply for graduation (grad check)?
13. International Student Study Plans and Extension Letters
Students who are junior/senior standing requesting a study plan and/or SACM extension will need to follow-up with the ECS International Student Advisor
Students who are freshman/sophomore standing can contact one of the following advisors depending on the first letter of the last name:
15. Any other questions?
Please contact the Computer Engineering office at firstname.lastname@example.org