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1. Review the degree requirements on your SU Program Evaluation (mailed with your acceptance packet) or available on SU Online. Write down your questions and concerns.
2. Compare this with the requirements for your intended major and the Core Curriculum as described in the Catalog. 3. Draft an Educational Plan for your degree program by using the Typical Program of Study and Two Year Course Offerings. Use the Academic Planning Form to develop your plan. We will review your plan during the session. Juniors (90 or more completed credits) should plan for 1-2 major classes and 1-2 Core or College classes per quarter; freshmen and sophomores (less than 90 completed credits) should plan on 0-1 major classes and 2-3 Core or College classes per quarter. You can take up to 18 credits in your first quarter; a normal load is 15 credits, consisting of 3 five credit classes.
4. Search/Register for Classes on SU Online. Click on Students, then Search for Classes. Please note the following:
5. Bring your entire acceptance packet and a copy of your latest unofficial transcript to the appointment.
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Typical Programs of Study
Two Year Course Offerings
Academic Planning Forms
How do I start building my educational plan?
How do I read my program evaluation?
How can I get into closed Core classes?
June 11-15, 2013: Final exam period
June 16, 2013: Commencement
June 24, 2013: Summer Quarter classes begin
June 30, 2013: Last day to add/drop - 1st 4-week, 8-week sessions
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