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Undergraduate Programs Blog Post

  • Mid Quarter Check In

    It's hard to believe the middle of the quarter is already here! We are certain that the students are feeling that midquarter crunch right about now. Try to remember to take a step back and breathe a little bit, this might give you some perspective on the quarter and what you have to get done. Now is the time to kick in those time management skills and utilize your time efficiently.

    WITHDRAWAL DEADLINE

    If you are struggling in a course and have exhausted your resources (i.e., professor's office hours, tutoring, etc) and are thinking about withdrawing a course make sure that you see an advisor! Also the deadline is this Friday, November 2 so you need to make sure you withdraw from the course before that date. Please see an advisor before you withdraw from a course.

    RESOURCES

    If you do find yourself in need of a study group, tutor, or just need some additional help, here is a link to some business resources listed on the Learning Assistant webpage. Your first course of action should always be working with the professor and utilizing their office hours. Learning Assistant has a lot of other programs that you might benefit from, as well. Check out their website to see what workshops, tutoring and group study opportunities they might have. Advisors are also a good resource if you aren't sure where to go to get help!

    REMINDERS:

    WITHDRAW DEADLINE: November 2

    SPRING QUARTER GRADUATION APPLICATIONS: November 1

    ADVISING PERIOD: October 29-November 12

    REGISTRATION BEGINS: November 13

    If you haven't met with your advisor to talk about classes for the winter quarter, please call the front desk at 206-296-5700 or stop by Pigott 318 to schedule an appointment.

    FRESHMEN: You need to see your New Student Mentor twice to get your registration hold removed.

    TRANSFERS: You must meet with your advisor to remove your registration hold for winter quarter.

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